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Re: Re: HELP!!!!
- To: FallenAngel <666FallenAngel at gmx dot net>
- Subject: Re: Re: HELP!!!!
- From: Earnie Boyd <earnie_boyd at yahoo dot com>
- Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 07:10:04 -0700 (PDT)
- Cc: cygwin users <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Reply-To: earnie_boyd at yahoo dot com
--- FallenAngel <666FallenAngel@gmx.net> wrote:
> Hello Earnie,
> Tuesday, October 12, 1999, 2:16:51 PM, you wrote:
> EB> Also, try removing the spaces within the angle brackets. I.E. write it
> EB> #include <stdio.h> instead of #include < stdio.h >.
> thanks! that worked! -but why?
> i'm using a c/c++ tutorial and there it's " < stdio.h >
I've never seen it with spaces. Most of us are lazy and avoid unneeded
characters. I don't know what the ANSI specifications are to know if this is a
bug or not.
> in advance:
> how can i set the directory which is searched for libs by gcc?
You can find the man/info pages for gcc online at http://www.fsf.org I believe.
The answer to this specific question is -L/path/to/lib and for include files
-I/path/to/include.h. You use -lmylib to specify which library to use and the
name of the library is in the form of libmylib.a.
I've copied the list on this for the benefit of archiving.
Earnie Boyd <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
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