I seem to recall they used have a goto_xy() that would position the cursor. Not sure if worked with the standard I/O however. I think once your in graphics mode you have to use their graphics functions to write text or wind up with a messy screen. It's been more than a decade since I last used Turbo C++, but try looking through the help section for a TextOut() or WriteTextAt() or just look under graphics functions for a function that writes text. If you can find goto_xy() or GotoXY() or whatever it is, then you should find links to the other relevant functions.
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