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I can not run my code while adding the conio.h directory, what do i do?

I have read about the conio.h directory and when i run my program, it gives an error. I don't know where it went wrong...!

2/9/2021 6:03:34 PM

SIBGHA BATOOL

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It's part of Turbo C++. Don't use it. Only if you are forced to do so. Quoting Martin Taylor: Turbo C++ is a 30 year old, 16-bit, msdos compiler from the era of single tasking personal computers. Using Turbo C++ does not teach the basics from scratch. Using conio.h and graphics.h is teaching you how to program for 16-bit ms-dos computers specifically. It's all smoke and mirrors getting coloured text in the console and painting ovals on screen when you can't even use an ansi compliant #include statement. Basically you are being taught an archaic dialect of C, using cin and cout and calling it C++. https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/288609/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1337133/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/202265/?ref=app

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This is because the server, which SoloLearn C and C++ Playgrounds use, does not have the "conio.h" library. That is it.