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prashant9986
October 7th, 2012, 04:19 PM
what are the steps which i need to follow when i am compiling and running my program of lex and yacc in the gedit.
its very urgent please suggest me.

awaiting for your replies.
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Bashing-om
October 7th, 2012, 08:56 PM
prashant9986; Hi ! Welcome to the forum.

As you ask in "Absolute Beginner" I respond in simplest fashion.
1. Does lexx/yaxx require a header ?
#!/usr/bin/env <interpreter>2. Give your script executable permissions.

chmod +x <myprogram>
3.Some people like to keep their scripts in a personal directory.
Others like to keep their scripts somewhere in the PATH variable.
Most like to do both at once. Here's what I suggest you do:

mkdir -p "$HOME/bin" echo 'PATH="$HOME/bin:$PATH"' >> "$HOME/.bashrc" exec bash
The first command will make a directory called bin in your home directory. It is traditional for directories that contain commands to be named bin, even when those commands are scripts and not compiled ("binary") programs. The second command will add a line to your .bashrc file which adds the directory we just made to the beginning of the PATH variable. Every new instance of BASH (http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BASH) will now check for executable scripts in your bin directory. Finally, the third line replaces our current instance of BASH (http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BASH) with a new one, which reads the .bashrc file.
-Compliments to Greg Wooledge-


I hope this answers your request, else:
addition: submit information application specific.


warm regards <==BDQ