On Mon, 09 Jun 1997 22:37:34 +0200, Jorge Sainz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >I'm new with ada so i have many questions, how can i put a nmber (for >example) in a specific position of the screen (for instance to make a >counter), and how can i clean th screen (cls, clear...) >Please answer me by email to the first one, >thanks... To output numbers, 'with' the package Ada.Integer_Text_IO. If you prefer, 'use' it too. Then you'll have the normal put/get procedures available. Your next question is tougher. There is nothing defined by the language for screen manipulation. There are, however, several ways to accomplish such feats. For one, you can roll your own and output ANSI color/positioning codes using Ada.Text_IO (try looking in a good DOS reference, like Microsoft's MS-DOS manual, under 'ANSI.SYS', or in various VT-terminal references). This will not *always* work, but it will work on many terminals. I believe the GNAT EZ2LOAD distribution for DOS comes with a screen [961 lines left ... full text available at <url:http://www.reference.com/cgi-bin/pn/go.py?choice=message&table=06_1997&mid=1469520&hilit=COPYRIGHT+LEGAL> ] -------------------------------- Article-ID: 06_1997&1484939 Score: 78 Subject: Product names as adjectives?