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display subscript or superscript text to command window?

Posted on 2006-07-22
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Hello,

 I am currently working on a project for my class and want to make it above and beyond. I am working with Microsoft Visual C++.net 2003 on a windowsXP operating system. The programming that I am having to work on takes is run in the windows command.com.
 This being said, I was needing to know if there is a way to display text in a <subscript> or <superscript> position. (ie. f(x) = 5x<sub 1>+3x<sub 2>.....).


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William S. Grant
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Command windows is not a rich text editor, So I am not sure if you would be able to display it in the desired way.
However with a rich edit text box you would be able to do it. Please refer to this link
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.forms.richtextbox.selectioncharoffset.aspx
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I did some checking around and you are correct. Thank you for the answer.
William Sean Grant
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