[ILUG] read this one, please?(C/C++ editors)
Niall O Broin
niall at magicgoeshere.com
Fri Jun 23 23:38:45 IST 2000
On Fri, Jun 23, 2000 at 02:26:11PM -0700, stephen mathews wrote:
> how come no-one answered my last question. im
> beginning to think that your all a bunch of pompous
> linux users who claim to be the original "hackers"(who
> build the internet and save peoples lives by working
> for open-source companies, blah, blah, blah).
Most of the (other) people on this list weren't born when the internet was
> if you really did care about the on-going development
> of linux and related issues you would help newbies
> etc. as much as possible...
But we do, esp. when they ask rational questions politely.
> so, if anyone would care to reply to this message, my
> problem is that i cant access my C/C++ editors. any
> tips on how to get them??
WTF is a C/C++ editor as such ? On any current Linux distribution, typing
one of the following commands (in order of preference) should start you an
Note that not every distribution, or your particular installation of it,
will have all of these editors, but they all should have at least one. ALL
of the above wil edit C/C++ along with A, B, BASIC, BCPL, COBOL, DIBOL,
elisp, forth, Gnu C and any other text you care to mention. Some of the
better editors will even have syntax highlighting and other support for
various of these languages, including C/C++
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