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If a person composes a short program and hit's F5 or "run" the output will fit on the viewers screen.

I have composed a long program for homework purposes, and once I hit F5 or "run" I do not see the WHOLE program output. Only the bottom half. By hitting ANY button at that point, QBASIC redirects you back to the editing screen. In this case - How do I scroll though my screens output?

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You could 'pipe' the output to a text file: yourprogram.exe > output.txt Now all the output you had, will be in the txt-file

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You could 'pipe' the output to a text file: yourprogram.exe > output.txt Now all the output you had, will be in the txt-file

But there should be a way to view it without leaving the program interface... right?

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Yeah. Do it like in chunks. That would be the easy way out.

PRINT "As many lines as fits minus 2"
INPUT "Press Enter To Continue"
PRINT "More lines"
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I don't think that will work as you think. Its a little complicated, but since you seem to know Basic, do you mind I f I send you the program? Then you could show me where you think I would insert that language, as I show you why it might not work... yes/No?

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