I just knew about getch() and found it better than cin (a lot) but there's one problem bugging me, can you makea n if statement for getch()?
For example they have:
int a; cin >> a; if (a == 1) //blah else if (a ==2) //blah else //blah
But can you do something similar with getch()? I thought putting a in those brackets would work but it kept on saying too many arguments to function "int getch()". Can anyone help me with this?