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    Re: XLib can't be found by gcc

    Ah, that's probably it. Was thinking Xlib came installed on Ubuntu to begin with. I'll see if I can find a solution to install the dev files, I'll let you know if I find anything.
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    Re: Beginner's Programming Challenge 17

    Alright, I wasn't going to do anything crazy with it. I'll probably either attempt it in C or Python. Just wanted to make sure it wasn't a specific language.
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    Re: html image problem

    Ya, it's reasonable to assume Firefox should be at the same point with CSS3. But with no official standard out a lot of browsers are holding off with full support, although we'll definitely see more...
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    Re: Beginner's Programming Challenge 17

    Not familiar with these challenges, are we free to code in any language for this?
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    Re: New Programmer

    I echo your own thoughts on learning Python or Ruby in the first place, but as far as a second option goes I guess it's really up to him. Not really familiar with the .NET platform however, so I...
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    XLib can't be found by gcc

    Hello,

    I was recently trying to write a C application that used XLib following an example. The app looked like this:

    /*
    Simple Xlib application drawing a box in a window.
    gcc input.c...
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