Re: C in linux for beginner

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On 4/1/06, Barry Yu <barryyu-cts@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Can any one help to find a book/info for real beginner to learn C  for Linux

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Here is what I used.

make sure you have installed gcc on your linux install.  You can use any text editor to write your programs.  GEdit and AnJuta are my editors of choice.

At a console to compile you just type:
gcc file1.c -o file

this will compile your c program and make an executable file called file.  If you want C++ use a C or cc or cpp for you code file names.

Terry Snyder Jr
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