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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 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
1.well i give coloured text using codes like the foll: #include int main () { textcolor (WHITE); cprintf ("\n-- WHITE COLOR!"); textcolor (YELLOW); cprintf ("\n-- YELLOW COLOR!"); return 0; }
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
i forgot to add.... modern codes... the codes you posted were old codes of conio, wasn't it?
think so try include and then use cout ...anyways you gt my point didnt you ?
that's c++
also... iostream doesn;t have ".h" it's just #include and what point? i don't see any point...?
@Callisto @hartnn @ParthKohli said you two are good in CS

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