program to get co-ordinate of clicked button of mouse

using turboc++
//program to display co-ordinate of x and y on click
#include <dos.h>
union REGS in_put, out_put;// input and output variables stored in union
  //input for signal detection;output for screen display
void mouse_detected ()
in_put.x.ax = 0;// ax is register used for mouse
int86 (0X33,&in_put,&out_put);   //invokes interrupt using 0X33; for mouse, it is 0X33
if (out_put.x.ax == 0)    //condition testing
printf("\nMouse Failed To Initialize");
printf ("\nMouse was Succesfully Initialized");
       //initialization on screen

void show_mouse()
 in_put.x.ax = 1;   //1 is to display mouse
 int86(0X33,&in_put,&out_put); //interrupt invoked

void mouse_cord()
while(!kbhit())    //until a keystroke is pressed
int x,y;
in_put.x.ax=3;    //3 is for co-ordinate value
 int86 (0X33,&in_put,&out_put);
 x = out_put.x.cx;  //gets x-value
 y = out_put.x.dx;  //gets y value

 if (out_put.x.bx == 1)
   printf ("\nLeft || X - %d  Y - %d", x, y);//x and y value on left click

 else if (out_put.x.bx == 2) //x and y value on right click
   printf ("\nRight:x-%d,y-%d",x,y);
 else if (out_put.x.bx == 3)//x and y value on wheel click
   printf ("\nMiddle");
   delay (200); // Otherwise due to quick computer response 100s of words will get print

int main ()
{        clrscr();
mouse_detected ();//calling of function
show_mouse();//calling of function
getch ();
return 0;

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