Re: C++ compilers on Linux supporting 64bit architecture?

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Bo Berglund writes:

3) The program is written in C++, would there be big porting issues
moving it from Windows to Linux, code-wise?

That depends upon what libraries your C++ code uses. If it uses Windows-specific libraries, any GUI libraries, they are obviously not available on Linux.

If your C++ code uses only the standard C library and only the C++ STL, it should compile and run on Linux with minimum fuss, unless, without your knowledge or awareness, you are using any Microsoft-specific perversions of standard C library calls or C++ STL, in your code.

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