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- To: cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
- Subject: HELP!!!!
- From: FallenAngel <666FallenAngel at gmx dot net>
- Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 21:12:26 +0200
- Reply-To: FallenAngel <666FallenAngel at gmx dot net>
I'm an absolute newcomer to C/C++ and I'm too studpid to compile a
"hello-world prog": i've got the .c file and i was able to compile it
with LCC but how to do it with g++? I used a #include < stdio.h > in
my prog. but g++ doesn't find this file although it's in the cygwin...
standard dir. where do i have to put the stdio.h so that i can compile
my prog? or do i have to start g++ with a special flag? (i want to use
it directly from the DOS prompt in a Win98 windows)
---please excuse my bad english---
FallenAngel (german C newcomer) mailto:666FallenAngel@gmx.net
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