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Hi peoples!!!!My name is Lucas!!!I''m is a new in programming!!!!!I precise assistence with Linux!!!!! Thank You!!!!

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So the question is? Whats the question!

Windows SUCKS! Deal with it!
if(windows crashes)
{
run Linux
}
else
{
yea right!!
}

Resist Windows XP''s Invasive Product Activation Technology!

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If it''s THE question, then unfortunately we can''t know it. At least as long as we know the answer: 42

cu,
Prefect

Resist Windows XP''s Invasive Production Activation Technology!
Sanity is the trademark of a weak mind.

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the first think i do when i found a new os id to try to compile my first c program

#include

int main( void ){
printf("Hello!");
return 0;
}

save it as hello.c

then compile it with gcc:

gcc hello.c -o hello

then run it:

./run

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./hello

would probably be better
Real unix gurus use cat >a.out though

Oh, have you ever tried to run "format c:" with bash?

cu,
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Sanity is the trademark of a weak mind.

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OK, next thing: How I do GUI (Graphical User Interface) -programs to Linux (KDE or Gnome).

I wrote pretty good DataBase-interface to Windows (95/98/NT/2000), it''s can use most popular servers ( MS SQLServer7.0, Ortacle 8i and InterBase). I coded that first VisualBasic, then Borland C++ Builder5. I like object oriented languages...

Can I use my source C-code to portal executable software to linux and unix (Sun)? What is The Best Programming Tool ? I like Borland (or what it''s name are today)

Answer should be different than 42 ;-)

commments..

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