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by Linux fortune
How doth the VAX's C-compiler
And even as we speak does it
Increase the system load.
How patiently it seems to run
And spit out error flags,
While users, with frustration, all
Tear their clothes to rags.
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Subject: how do I run C code received from sources
Keywords: C sources
I do not know how to run the C programs that are posted in the
sources newsgroup. I save the files, edit them to remove the
headers, and change the mode so that they are executable, but I
cannot get them to run. (I have never written a C program before.)
Must they be compiled? With what compiler? How do I do this? If
I compile them, is an
file generated or must I generate
it explicitly with the > character? Is there something else that
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