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serur
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Post by serur » Sun May 28, 2006 3:49 pm

Hello fellows!

I wanted to start C-programming on Linux (Knoppix, to begin with), but after Visual Studio 6.0 it's too difficult for me :(
Please, tell me, where I can download good books about "Linux programming C/C++", on how to work with editors(Joe, Nedit etc.), how to do input-output thingy, and so on?

Thank you.
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Post by Moha » Sun May 28, 2006 5:29 pm

It is Good. I think the best editor is VI. and if you write a pure c++ code you won't have any problem in compilation.
for VI manual you can use vimtotur in command line.

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Post by sumankar » Mon May 29, 2006 6:50 am

Well from VC++ the closest you'd get is KDevelop.
Try it out. You'll probably end up liking it. The reason
is with vi/vim/emacs etc you'd need to put in some
effort with the commands. However, KDevelop is more
in tune with VC++ in terms of both look-n-feel and
operation.

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Post by serur » Mon May 29, 2006 3:17 pm

Thank you fellows!

I'll see.
The post down here when I'm an experienced "Linuxer" :)
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