How to work in terminal....

Asked by chandan190 on 2007-11-05

Respected sir,

                I am chandan, i don't have my own laptop but i work in my college computer lab....
There i use ssh 07it10@172.16.200.99 to connect to work in c program......
                        can use anyother connecting password in terminal to work c program..........Please help me....

                                             thanking you
yours faithgully
chandan

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2007-11-05
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chandan190 (chandan190) said : #1

Respected sir,

                I am chandan, i don't have my own laptop but i work in my college computer lab....
There i use ssh 07it10@172.16.200.99 to connect to work in c program......
                        can use anyother connecting password in terminal to work c program..........Please help me....

                                             thanking you
yours faithgully
chandan

nik_iit (nikhilyagnic280988) said : #2

See for C basically need a good text editor like Emacs or so.
You need to have GCC or any other compiler.
Then on the terminal You may write:-
$ <editor name> <file name> &
eg
$ emacs a.c &
 you will get the editor page;
editor may be any like Emacs , Vi, gvim or any basic text editor will go.
For compiling you will write :-
$ cc -Wall <file name>
For run:-
$ ./a.out
I think this may solve your problem.
Good luck

chandan190 (chandan190) said : #3

Sir...
i didn't understand anything

Please sir can tell it briefly in the sense...

How to create new file and compilation .....

Thanks lot for responding me....

On 11/5/07, nik_iit <email address hidden> wrote:
>
> Your question #17088 on gnome-terminal in ubuntu changed:
>
> https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-terminal/+question/17088
>
> nik_iit posted a new comment:
> See for C basically need a good text editor like Emacs or so.
> You need to have GCC or any other compiler.
> Then on the terminal You may write:-
> $ <editor name> <file name> &
> eg
> $ emacs a.c &
> you will get the editor page;
> editor may be any like Emacs , Vi, gvim or any basic text editor will go.
> For compiling you will write :-
> $ cc -Wall <file name>
> For run:-
> $ ./a.out
> I think this may solve your problem.
> Good luck
>
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