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    C++ in ubuntu

    is it possible to run C++ in ubuntu? I have also heard that it is possible to do C programming in Ubuntu. How do I go about that? I'm new to ubuntu. Pls do help.

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    Re: C++ in ubuntu

    Hi and moved to Programming Talk

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    Re: C++ in ubuntu

    Read the "stickies". They answer all these general questions. They are here.

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    Re: C++ in ubuntu

    ... and if you are such beginner (no offense), start with simpler language - like Python. See poll in FAQ sticky, and wiki in my sig.

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    Re: C++ in ubuntu

    The following link should guide you through exactly what you want:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=689635

    Of course, do post back if you have any difficulties.

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    Re: C++ in ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by Lster View Post
    Of course, do post back if you have any difficulties.
    I've noticed something: When a thread like this is posted to a wrong forum and then moved, the OP never replies. Don't ask me why, but it's what I see.

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    Re: C++ in ubuntu

    Doesn't the OP get a post from the moderator (or administrator) telling them that their thread has been moved?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvteighen View Post
    I've noticed something: When a thread like this is posted to a wrong forum and then moved, the OP never replies. Don't ask me why, but it's what I see.
    It used to be a person got a PM automatically when a thread was moved (or closed, or otherwise modified by a mod) but that plugin isn't active and isn't being used. The best thing we can do is leave redirects.

    Also, the OP can search for their thread ("find my threads") as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lster View Post
    Doesn't the OP get a post from the moderator (or administrator) telling them that their thread has been moved?
    Not anymore.

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    Re: C++ in ubuntu

    But, anyway, this also means people don't use subscriptions, otherwise, the move wouldn't affect them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvteighen View Post
    But, anyway, this also means people don't use subscriptions, otherwise, the move wouldn't affect them.
    I don't use subscriptions...

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