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I want to use conio.h functions like getch()

noty's picture

Hi all I know that conio.h is not part of C standard but I want to use it . Is there any way to use it under linux ? thanks

Pronco's picture

DOS only thing

Is getch an unbuffered character read, or sommat?

What're you trying to use out of conio.h?


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Conceptor's picture

it may be

it may be clrsrc()


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YoussefAssad's picture

Nothing doing

conio.h is a Borland kaka for working with DOS console IO. DOS. Not linux.

Linux uses something called curses.

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Pronco's picture

As I mentioned

it's a DOS only thing

If he does resurface, tell him to take a peek at setvbuf + getc and ncurses

setvbuf(stdin, 0, _IONBF, 0); c = getchar();

Dunno. It looks plausible to me, but I haven't tried it.

Would probably break 'doze sommat chronic'


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YoussefAssad's picture

As you mentioned where?

n/t

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Pronco's picture

Here


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noty's picture

I've found this

I've found this solution . it works good

int getch( )

{

struct termios oldt,

newt;

int ch;

tcgetattr( STDIN_FILENO, &oldt );

newt = oldt;

newt.c_lflag &= ~( ICANON | ECHO );

tcsetattr( STDIN_FILENO, TCSANOW, &newt );

ch = getchar();

tcsetattr( STDIN_FILENO, TCSANOW, &oldt );

return ch;

}

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