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So, I've trying to display live stats on a minigame I'm doing for practice, I'm trying to display things like for example: The enemy got a critical attack!
The layout is like:
Attack || Spells || Items || LIVE TEXT

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Your post would imply a much more complex gaming structure than you are implying with your simple example and question.  

So can I assume that you have a control structure and timer based events driving control actions?  That way you can actually have your program have real time actions.

Your display can be of a text base or graphics, but in either case you have to make drivers to update your feedback display segments.

So really before I can help you much, you need to tell us what it is that you have setup so far, because pseudo real time interaction or feedback is not a simplistic task.
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