I've been trying to use the gcc compiler without success.

Asked by Francisco Assis dos Santos on 2013-01-30

Motherboard : Intel Dual Core
Operational System : Linux (Ubuntu )

Problem:: I have been trying to compile a small C training Source Program , without success , and I've always been informed that there are neither input files nor any other files or directory to be processed. I am afraid I'm making a repeateadly mistake. So, I describe as follows, the way I'm trying to compile my program: gcc capote.c -o tulipa. My C program is written as follows:

                    #include <stdio.h>

                     main ()
                     {
                         printf ( " Tentando escrever com a linguagem C" );

                       }

I hope these informations are good enough to furnish you some clues about the problem. Thank you very much for the valuable concern in helping us.

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2013-01-30

Did you install the build-essential package?

Warren Hill (warren-hill) said : #3

Ignore post #2 should have read...

Open a terminal CTRL+ALT+T Enter

make sure you are in the same directory as the source file and enter
-------------------------------------------------------------------
ls -la; gcc -o tulipa capote.c
------------------------------------------------------------------

Post all the output here

also main should return an int. I doubt this is the reason for your problem though you could try this modified code

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#include <stdio.h>

int main (void)
{
    printf ( " Tentando escrever com a linguagem C" );
    return 0
}
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Not a fix but the full error messages may indicate what's going wrong

mimi20 (mimi20) said : #4

make sure you are in the same directory as the source file and enter https://audacity.onl/ https://findmyiphone.onl/ https://origin.onl/

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