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A few questions regarding C programming 1) Is it possible to change individual colours in C without using the header file <graphics.h> or system("color"); If yes, how? 2) Is it possible to insert and display an image using C programming? If yes, how?

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    if i recall right... @AravindG is a good C programmer... maybe he can help me

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    1.well i give coloured text using codes like the foll: #include <conio.h> int main () { textcolor (WHITE); cprintf ("\n-- WHITE COLOR!"); textcolor (YELLOW); cprintf ("\n-- YELLOW COLOR!"); return 0; }

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    2.Turbo C is about 15 years old, and doesn't know about Windows - BMP is the native Windows bitmap format. JPEG was standardized in 1992, and I very much doubt that Turbo C has any support for it. There are libraries that support either or both of these formats, but I find it unlikely that any of those libraries have compiler support for Turbo C. Use a more modern compiler, and write the code for Windows, and you'll have a relatively easy task.

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    in btw who told u i am a good C programmer lols :P

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    @lgbasallote

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    i forgot to add.... modern codes... the codes you posted were old codes of conio, wasn't it?

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    think so try include<iostrea.h> and then use cout ...anyways you gt my point didnt you ?

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    that's c++

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    also... iostream doesn;t have ".h" it's just #include <iostream> and what point? i don't see any point...?

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    @Callisto @hartnn @ParthKohli said you two are good in CS

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