Discussion in 'Graphic cards' started by suhas_sm, Mar 24, 2006.
I want to take the printout of the c graphics output using turbo c compiler.
execute the program, at the desired output stage press [Print Screen] button (next to f12 usually). now go to any imaging software and press ctrl+v to paste the image thus accquired there and then print it
err, if this was ur query that is.. were u askin how u can code in cpp to print ? then this isnt the soln...
Hmmmm i remember those days when i used to program in Turbo C. If you want to take print out from a dos mode program then you have to do some work. First Run the program, when your desired graphics is selected then hit "print screen" key. next open MS paint and paste it. You will get the image. If you want to make the background white then use fill bucket in MS Paint.I used to take printouts like this when a dos graphic program didnt support a particular printer
doesn't turbo c support winapis??
If it doesn't something like devcpp could be used. It has the req headers to print graphics
Turbo C is a clasic DOS application. One can take printouts of the program but the graphics is a little challenging. The Print screen method is a simple but effective method.
Hmmm yes thats the way i m doing but there has to be some other way too
hey guys , in XP , output of a C program in graphics mode doesnt support printscreen.
Although u can do it in 98 quite easily.
yea in Xp its trouble some...i used to draw the exact o/p in MS PAINT!
ooooooooo, poor guy, you could use the following trick.
run ur program,
adjust the window size to cover the whole graphic
now print screen and paste......
@amitgg , in XP u cant do that.
printscreen dont work in graphics mode.
You cant do that in XP but Windows 98 can take screenshot of turbo c graphics output
just use Print Screen button and paste in paint
As windows Xp uses higher graphics modules it cant support screenshot for DOS output
So,what's the solution? Camera?
I dont know, but you can try using SnagIt
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