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Simple Basic Problem in C

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  1. naiya

    naiya New Member

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    If I write the following code in program how can I see the output
    for(i=1;i<=15000;i++)
    printf("%d\t",i);
    Then I can see the numbers from 14761 to 15000.How can I see all the numbers from 1 to 15000.
    Please reply as soon as possible.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Because everything just scrolls up and so you should have some way of having a user input mechanism like scanf, getche or getch functions before the screen-ful of characters goes above the top of the screen.
     
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    Do you need to use the scroll bar in your output screen and scroll up to see the first 14760 iterations? Because I think that code should work.
     
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    Yes I want to use the scroll bar in my output screen and scroll up to see the first
    14760 iterations. How can I do this without using some scanf or getche functions?
     
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    No, no, sorry. I just thought it was a simple mistake of not scrolling the Command window up and seeing the first chunk of the programs output.

    Disregard what I said, I've been eating paint chips again!
     
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    Generally speaking, the buffers associated with a command line interface have a limited number of lines stored, even thought it's typically greater than the number of lines visible. If this is the case, then a scroll bar bill covesr the amount buffered. If the buffer holds less than the amount that has been displayed, then that material is lost.

    The whole thing is a somewhat silly question. Computers are not magic. Presume that you have several million tokens and a container to transfer them to. What happens if the container is non-existent, or holds 2000 items, or 2,000,000. It's unlikely that you will find one which is infinite and holds every thing ever displayed to a command window since its creation.

    Think of a way to solve the container/token problem and apply it.
     
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    Thanks to all for your response.
     

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