Posted by Bucky on April 16, 2001 at 21:34:27:
In Reply to: dos window posted by a. shrey on April 16, 2001 at 18:49:18:
: How can i resize my dos buffer so that i can scroll through my output?
: i am running win 98 (original install if you believe that :) )
Well, if you really want to resize your buffer- you should make a shortcut to a command prompt.. put it on your desktop, startmenu, whatever. Then edit the properties (right click... ) and go to options (I think) anyways, somewhere in there you should get options for the size of the output buffer...
But... a far better way to do it would be to simply redirect the output- if you're trying to do this in Visual Studio- (ie so you can just hit the execute command and it just dumps to a file) just go edit your project settings, and under the debug options, enter scriptin.txt > fileOut.txt where scriptiin.txt is your script file, ">" is the redirection operator for DOS, and fileOut.txt is your desired output file.
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