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I have used Tangible Software Soultion's tool to translate a C# code to C++, which resulted in:
using namespace std;
// Program start class
// Main begins program execution.
static void Main()
// Write to console
std::cout << "Welcome to the C# Station Tutorial!" << std::endl;
When I run it on my linux system, I get the error "Permission denied". I am new to C++ and new to Linux. What could possibly be wrong? I can run another C++ code from the same location without any trouble. Thank you your help!
By the way I just compiled this program. First you can't execute compiled header (.h) file, maybe there are some switch to recognize it as .cpp. It need this extension to be compiled as C++ file. The second if you want to execute it must contain global function main()
// Code here
corp769: Sorry, I do not understand this words: "beat me to it". My english is not very good.
Thank you all! I discovered that the tool was set up to output only header file. Now I have succeeded to get cpp files and could compile. Yes, still get en error of no main. I will go back to my original C# file and see if it had main in the first place. Thank you all!!