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    Getting an error while writing programs using Graphics in C language using Turbo C

    I am writing programs using Graphics in C language using Turbo C but whenever I try to compile the program I get the error as “BGI Graphics not supported in Windows”? What does it mean? Is it problem with the Windows OS? How to fix this issue?



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    Rozalyn Array
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    Re: Getting an error while writing programs using Graphics in C language using Turbo C

    Hi,
    I think this issue is mainly coming due to your Windows version being a newer version. BGI graphics is a DOS environment related property. So you can very well understand from this fact that only older versions of Windows will be able to support such property. The newer versions like Windows 8 will straightaway reject such environment. So try your program in older versions of Windows.
    Or you can change the mode of your program so that it can be supported by your current Windows OS. Either way it will solve your problem. I do not have your code, so I cannot predict which part of your code to change. This needs to be done by you. So scrutinize your program and make it today's OS and today's compiler dependent.

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    Sushil kumar Array
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    Re: Getting an error while writing programs using Graphics in C language using Turbo C

    Hello,
    The turbo c compiler doesn't support graphics.So it is not a problem of windows or your operating system.
    If you want to use graphics in programming you have to use visual basic compiler.
    Use Microsoft visual basic compiler any version it fully supports graphics.
    good luck....

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