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Code Example 1

`enter code here`#include <stdafx.h> // Used with MS Visual Studio Express. Delete line if using something different
#include <conio.h> // Just for WaitKey() routine
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <windows.h>

using namespace std;

HANDLE console = GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE); // For use of SetConsoleTextAttribute()

void WaitKey();

int main()

    int len = 0,x, y=240; // 240 = white background, black foreground 

    string text = "Hello World. I feel pretty today!";
    len = text.length();
    cout << endl << endl << endl << "\t\t"; // start 3 down, 2 tabs, right
    for ( x=0;x<len;x++)
        SetConsoleTextAttribute(console, y); // set color for the next print
        cout << text[x];
        y++; // add 1 to y, for a new color
        if ( y >254) // There are 255 colors. 255 being white on white. Nothing to see. Bypass it
            y=240; // if y > 254, start colors back at white background, black chars
        Sleep(250); // Pause between letters 

    SetConsoleTextAttribute(console, 15); // set color to black background, white chars
    WaitKey(); // Program over, wait for a keypress to close program

void WaitKey()
    cout  << endl << endl << endl << "\t\t\tPress any key";
    while (_kbhit()) _getch(); // Empty the input buffer
    _getch(); // Wait for a key
    while (_kbhit()) _getch(); // Empty the input buffer (some keys sends two messages)

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