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how to install headers like conio.h

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  1. xox18

    xox18 New Member

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    error: conio.h: No such file or directory

    how do i get rid of this problems? i think, i'm lacking some libraries or headers(not sure if what it's called).

    I assume it;s somthing like "sudo aptitude install <somthing>" blah blah..
    can anyone help me
     
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    conio.h is not availiable to all compilers.
    which compiler do you use?
     
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    it's gcc

    i've read some articles saying that, to be able to use clrscr() you need to include conio.h..
     
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    what's your operating system?
     
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    MAINLY IN GCC , THE FUNCTIONS LIKE CLRSCR() wont work ... because i too had this problem,,,,, use system("cls"); function which will be in stdlib.h.... this function is nothing but functions connecting directly to DOS.....
     
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    go for opensourse codeblocks...here u will find gcc compiler where u can use clrscr(),conio.h and all...
    compared to other compilers its cool :)
     

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