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Thread: GCC commands to execute C file?
04-08-2010, 04:52 AM #1
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GCC commands to execute C file?
I have a program written in C that I want to run. I have installed Cygwin and GCC. I want to run the program but I know nothing about GCC commands. How do I use GCC to execute my C file?
The person who gave me the code told me this
My suggestion is you download and install cygwin ( http://www.cygwin.com/ ) which is a Linux environment which runs on top of Windows. It has many pieces, but I suspect you will need gcc (A C compilier) and make (a batch processing tool) to build the program, then you will need apache (a web page server) to access the game's web pages and download the client.
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04-08-2010, 08:59 AM #2
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Once you've written a .c file you have to compile it.
-Wall will show you errors if there are any, -o means to compile the .c file to an executable, and "hello" is the program name.Code:$ gcc -Wall hello.c -o hello
You can also compile everything to object files first with -c instead of -o. and then compile those .o files to machine code using -c.
It's all in here: http://www.network-theory.co.uk/docs/gccintro/
If you're on linux you can use $ ./hello to run this program.
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