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How to print the grids of the crossword puzzle?

Use only simple c concepts.dont include graphics in the program.please send me the source code.

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I dont have a solution for your problem but i have a copy of crosswordmaker 2000 in which you can print the undone readymade crosswors and also the answers

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    it is an original DVD so it is not having any link on the internet. but if you live near my place(haridwar,india) i will be able to send you a cd-rom

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