This C code provides a simple and customizable implementation for creating text boxes that can be used to display tips, hints, or information in a game or application. The code is designed to be beginner-friendly and easy to integrate into C programs.

You can create customizable text boxes by defining their position, size, title, and text content. The title and text will be centered within the specified width, providing a neat and organized appearance. The code utilizes dynamic memory allocation to create and free memory for drawing the box borders. This ensures efficient memory usage.

How to use this program in your own code?

First, create instances of the struct textbox to define the characteristics of your information boxes. Adjust the position, size, title, and text content accordingly. Clear the screen for a clean presentation. This is achieved using the ANSI escape code printf("\033[2J");. Call the make_textbox function by passing the desired struct textbox instance. This will draw the specified text box on the screen. After displaying the information box, use getchar() to wait for user input before proceeding. This can be useful for showing tips or hints that the user can dismiss when ready.