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Good morning, fellow homo sapiens sapiens and other species

I am a novice c++ programmer who mainly does it for fun.

I am currently working on a small program which displays messages after a certain amount of time
and for a certain amount of time. It's purpose is primarily helping me study and maybe it might
one day function as an alert-messenger.

I basically does this: the user selects the messages that need to be displayed and sets the timer and
the delay between messages. Then the program randomly selects a message and displays that message
for the pre-defined amount of time after which it makes the message disappear and waits for a second
pre-defined amount of time to display the second message.

The problem is that I want it displayed not in the window with the DOS prompt executing my file, but
on the screen. Like those subliminal messaging programs do. How can i now make the string (message) appear on the screen (how do I output it to the screen, not the DOS prompt)? And how do I make it disappear after
the pre-defined amount of time?

One last thing is this question: can I determine the coordinates of this string with gotoxy(x,y)?
If not, how do I do this then?

A well-meaned thanks in advance,

Peter

P.S. My compiler is the Borland C++ 5.5 compiler, in case it's vital to know this. The .exe files are executed in a DOS prompt.

A program is to be written primarily for humans to read, and only secondarily for computers to be able to execute.
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