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How to run a C program on Ubuntu?
Compiling/Running C Programs?
Compile and Run simple C Program with gcc Compiler in Ubuntu


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  1. thanks bruh!

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  2. which button was used here to get that shortcut plz reply 4:04

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  3. abhishek kukade1 March 2017 at 15:15

    thank u very muchhh sirrr......... from bottom of my hart.....

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  4. Pease go to the directory containing hello.c before you compile it.

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  5. +Arup Ghosh okay Thanks..

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  6. The file is already located in my computer still I am getting this error. I am uploading the screenshot of the error in the following link. I am a beginner. I need help. Thank you.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/v6vwp1w5cxbzi20/Screenshot_from_2015-02-20_12_57_10.jpg?dl=0

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  7. Arjan Jawahier1 March 2017 at 15:15

    Thank you so much for making this video.

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  8. thanks a lot....

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  9. Thank you!!

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  10. computer is working its butt off

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  11. Thank you dude,this video help me to do my homework with Ubuntu for first time! :-)

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  12. Only this explanation for beginner would not do... If one using library function such as he must add -lm at the end of gcc command...

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  13. Thanks.............

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  14. Thank you very much

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  15. type .c after the name

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  16. how did your file turn into a c file automatically ?

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  17. Man, I love you. You're the real MVP

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  18. Tanushree Sharma1 March 2017 at 15:15

    Thanks!

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  19. Martin Yavorcik1 March 2017 at 15:15

    Excellent vid! very easy to follow and understand. great job!

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