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Old 02-24-2007, 06:01 AM   #1
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getch substitute

what is the substitute for getch()
it is not standard i know ..

i heard of curses ,, as it was given on the kdevelop help pages ..
but i dunno how to use that in programming

my problemis the i want to get a key pressed n it should not be buffered .. as it is in the case of getch() in windows bases compilers ..

i tried it out with bcc but still there is the segmentation fault ..
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