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Ok, I have written several small c++ programs in Windows, and compiled them to .exe files. Now then, I made the big switch to linux! (redhat 9) I am using the Qt Designer and it looks very much like Visual C++. I have input code in the API, but I cant find a "compile" button. I got to thinking that maybe you don't compile code in the API because there is no .eve files in linux. So I guess the question is, How do you "pack" the code to run in linux? Maybe I save it as the .cpp file and can compile from terminal? If anyone has any ideas or help please reply, Thanks!
Thanks Both of you!, I have ground to grow on now. The attributes you are talking about I have never heard about, but I see them now, and Its making more sence. And Thanks for the links uteck. Good reading. Thanks for your time!
Ok, If anyone else is wondering this, KDevelop is The best way to go for a newbie, It is almost exacly like Visual C++ by that crazy microsoft company that likes to charge way to much for there programs. It has a compile and build menu, and is good to start with, I have compiled my .cpp's with it and all is going good. I could not have done it without your help though, Thank God for this Forum!!