theres problem with kbhit() function. my program takes input from user (from keyboard) and specifies which button he has pressed...but due to the getch the program terminates if any key is pressed..the message i get later is that there was an illegal operation and hence terminated.
can someguys help me out..
Windows has a GUI facility: MFC.
but since you mention Turbo C++ you are using an older version of a borland compiler. Depending on the version of it you have either OWL or TurboVision as GUI framework.
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