DOS and graphics

Simon Garton garton at jeeves.ucsd.edu
Tue Jun 30 12:47:44 EST 1992

In article <1992Jun30.115749.3049 at gserv1.dl.ac.uk> BIONET at EARN.FRCGM51 writes:
>        What is, following your own experience, the programming language
>for DOS with the best GRAPHICS possibilities (i.e. the best graphics
>library) ? 

I use Borlands C++ most of the time, and have found it
pretty easy to get really impressive graphics displays. There's
all sorts of library routines for lines, graphs, polygons.
TrueBasic, apart from being a simple but useful language has
some graphics capability, but it can be confusing ...

Thats my $0.02 anyway.

garton at jeeves.ucsd.edu

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