How to copy turbo c output

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How can I replicate the output of Turbo C++? 

I had already Googled the issue, but in vain. 

It suggests to either print scrn and paste or right click, select all, and paste. 

I tried both, but neither worked. 

The issue is that it simply copies what is on the current screen. 

But I want the entire screen from the start. 

(Alt+printscrn is also ineffective). 

What should I do in this situation?

printScrn
Alt+printScrn
markall

None of them are operational!!

I can't assist you if you require this archaic technique of programming for whatever reason, but I'd want to find a solution. 

I tried forwarding the output stream to the file in this manner, but it did not work.

#include<iostream.h>
#include<conio.h>
#include<stdlib.h>
const int max=50;
class dequeue{
int dq[max],r,f,c,x,i;
public:
dequeue();
void insertRear();
void insertFront();
void deleteFront();
void display();
};
dequeue::dequeue(){
f=r=-1;
c=0;
}
void dequeue::insertRear()
{
if((f==r+1)||(f==0)&&(r==max-1)){
cout<<"overflow";
return;
}
if(f==-1)
f=r=0;
else
{
if(r==max-1)
r=0;
else
r++;
}
cout<<"enter element";
cin>>x;
dq[r]=x;
c++;
}
void dequeue::insertFront(){
if((f==r+1)||(f==0)&&(r==max-1)){
cout<<"overflow";
return;
}
if(f==-1)
f=r=0;
else
{
if(f==0)
f=max-1;
else
f++;
}
cout<<"enter element:";
cin>>x;
dq[f]=x;
c++;
}
void dequeue::deleteFront(){
if(f==-1){
cout<<"deque empty";
return;
}
x=dq[f];
c--;
if(f==r)
f=r=-1;
else{
if(f==max-1)
f=0;
else
f++;
}
cout<<x<<"deleted!!!";
}
void dequeue::display(){
if(f==-1){
cout<<"dequeue empty";
return;
}
cout<<"\n"<<c<<"item in deque are:";
cout<<"\n(front)";
i=f;
if(i!=-1){
while(1){
cout<<" "<<dq[i];
if(i==r)
break;
if(i==max-1)
i=0;
else
i++;

}
}
cout<<"(rear)";
}
void main(){
freopen("output.txt","w",stdout); //this is not working
clrscr();
dequeue d;
int ch;
do{
cout<<"\n Menu";
cout<<"\n 1.insert at front";
cout<<"\n 2.insert at rear";
cout<<"\n 3.delet from front";
cout<<"\n 4.display";
cout<<"\n 5.exit \n";
cout<<"Enter your choice:";
cin>>ch;
switch(ch){
case 1:
d.insertFront();
break;
case 2:
d.insertRear();
break;
case 3:
d.deleteFront();
break;
case 4:
d.display();
break;
case 5:
exit(0);
break;
default:
cout<<"\n invalid";
}
}
while(ch!=5);
getch();
}
Jul 7 in C++ by Nicholas
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