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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    Sorry, got carried over the line on this.... Tpuly sorry!



    True, but instead of Gates its his company that I bash. Sorry anyway.
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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    Hi - is there Linux (or any other program to run and/or compile the code? If not... Sad, but then I might be the first to write it - and hopefully the language is good enough that the engine could be...
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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    I know some of these and some you mentioned are actually possible with CMD.exe batches, but those I dont remember well. Fortunately there are more tools - for example with cygwin you have direct...
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    Hi - I cant compete with you on python, but I did the same in PHP. The main purpose was just give more code, but it really hurt me to see a simple project like this to two files - and that it returns...
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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    You cold not with do that with command.com and I doubt that you can with CMD, even thought by a very loose definition you might call CMD batches scripts. But replace (or preferrably install and make...
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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    I prefer the Advanced Bash-Scripting tutorial - it also explains how to make shell scripts that don't need bash by using #!/bin/sh instead of #!/bin/bash (in Linux /bin/sh is actually a link to bash...
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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    It (batch files) gots better with (I think we talk about .bat files of dos/win) in CMD.EXE than the COMMAND.COM. But if you use 4DOS, 4NT or such, one replaces command.com and the other one CMD.EXE...
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