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Old 07-13-2002
Error graphics commands ? ? ?

Graphics in UNIX

Smilie well how to include "graphics.h" header file ?
how to make the text output in colour in sh programming.
please feed in back .......
thanking you alll

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Old 07-14-2002
There's nothing called "graphics.h" in UNIX. If you are looking for programming graphics in UNIX, You have the X-Window Programming (and many more), through which you can write your own GUI based applications.
About colours in UNIX, ksh supports colours. And ofcourse, bash too supports them. These colours are supported through some escape sequences the shell supports, to find out what, search the forums or google.
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Old 07-14-2002
thanks hell 666 .
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