c++ in linux?

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    Red face c++ in linux?

    It is sometime that i have done something in c++...and that only on windows...am gonna install debian linux next week.

    can someone tell me something about c++ in linux any experiences or thoughts are welcomed..thnx alot

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    It's pretty much the same.

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    g++

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    Better, it's a real life of C/C++.
    Stroustrups invented C++ on *NIX environment.
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    Originally posted by kuphryn
    g++
    i second that....

    the best part about programming in a unix environment is piping files to your standard IO. makes testing so much easier..

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    gdb and gprof are very nice as well.

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    ermmm

    thanks ....but what is g++,gdb,gprof???
    Are they compilers are something...?

    Are there any good c++ libraries u can recommend?? the only one i know is QT librarie.....

    ...or can someone tell me something about c++ without using any libraries.


    thnx alot

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    g++ is the C++ compiler. gdb is a debugger, and gprof is a profiler. You can search on http://www.gnu.org for more information about them probably. Also, what kind of library are you looking for? I'm not sure I understand.

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    qt

    hmmm has nobody heard of the QT libraries?.....i thought they were quite well known for their capabilities...on linux and Windows...oh well....

    so is there a sort of a system sdk documentation like in windows?

    How do u do things in Linux?
    Time for TOTAL WAR

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