“e-FLAMES” - my latest C++ project

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Hello friends,

I'm back with a new C++ project "e-FLAMES".  Please don't expect more, i have just started with C++ (forgot to tell you, I'm studying in +1 CS).  Here the 'e' stands for electronic (copied from"'e-mail" ;) ) , and you know what the FLAMES game is !!

we should cut similar characters in one:one ratio and count the total number of rest characters and apply them on FLAMES. I did the program in this logic and its screenshot and  source is  like this :

e-flames

#include <iostream.h>
#include <conio.h>
#include <process.h>
#include <stdio.h>
void main()
{
int len1,len2;
char name1[30],name2[30];
/* get the two names to be compared */
starty:cout<<"n";
cout<<"    e-FLAMES   V 1.0                          ";
cout<<"n    ----------------";
cout<<"                  © 2009 Ershad.K   +1 CS, B.E.M.H.S.S";
cout<<"n                                        ershad92@gmail.com";
st:cout<<"n________________________________________________________________________________";
cout<<"n Enter first name  : ";
gets(name1);
cout<<"n Enter second name : ";
gets(name2);
len1 = strlen(name1);
len2 = strlen(name2); ........... (click here for full source code) (click here for executable)

While  doing this project, i had no idea of functions and now i'm working on it to bring out a linux version of e-FLAMES using functions. The copyright logo is for fun :).  Is it possible to copyright my program like this ?? Please try this  work and give me comments.  Thank you

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