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I have been doing c and c++ programming in windows with turbo c/c++ compiler , but now i have switched to ubuntu 11.04.
Could somebody help me doing c++ programming with linux terminal.
Thanx in advance.
u need to first install gcc to run c or c++ programme:-
to install gcc run this command:
$sudo apt-get install gcc
once gcc is installed check if it's working by running this command :
if it shows no input file gcc is working.
than u can make a sample c programme:
enter this in test.c
than save file and return to terminal
run to this command to compile c programme:
to make a output file run this command
$gcc test.c -o test
to execute compile programme run this: