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From: Mark Phillips <umphill5 AT cs DOT umanitoba DOT ca>
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Subject: Re: very new at this
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 11:51:36 -0500
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> I have read through the readme file and the faq file but I can not
> figure out how to run the compiler or where to write the program
> itself. I have tried in notepad and then saving it. I then ran the file
> name from dos but it just said "invalid file name." I have tried to
> find the answers elsewhere but this is where the experts lie at least
> what that is what the FAQ document read. Any help would be recieved
> gratfully.

If you're compiling a C program try:

gcc -o filename.exe filename.c

or if it's C++ try

gxx -o filename.exe filename.cc

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