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    Simply question about Pthread

    Hi,
    If I open a file for writing in main(), will all threads see the file already open? So can threads write directly to the file?

    Thanks!
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    It works Thanks for replies

    It works




    Thanks for replies
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    My Windows 7 runs in x86 mode (CPU: Athlon 64),...

    My Windows 7 runs in x86 mode (CPU: Athlon 64), and Debian i386 (CPU AMD Athlon XP).

    As I said, my intention is to produce a code (two executables, one for Windows OS and the other for Linux) that...
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    As I found in manual for -m32: "The 32-bit...

    As I found in manual for -m32:
    "The 32-bit environment sets int, long and pointer to 32 bits and generates code that runs on any i386 system."

    What do "generates code that runs on any i386...
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    Thanks, I lerned that MinGW GCC 3.4.5 does not...

    Thanks, I lerned that MinGW GCC 3.4.5 does not support -mtune=generic option


    What does -mtune=generic mean on Linux? Do it mean -mtune=i386?
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    The problem is that I don't need an executable...

    The problem is that I don't need an executable optimized for my machine but a generic executable for the most common processors. And on linux it works fine...
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    I need to compile hello.c for a generic x86...

    I need to compile hello.c for a generic x86 CPU...
    am I dooing wrong?
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    [GCC] Compiling for a generic x86 architecture

    Hi,
    I wrote a simple hello world program,
    when I try to compile it on Linux with the following option, I have no problem:

    gcc hello.c -mtune=generic


    While on Windows (MinGW) I get this...
  9. What I mean: Is it possible to distinguish a...

    What I mean: Is it possible to distinguish a Windows Shortcut (.lnk) from a file?
  10. Yes, I'm refferring to Windows Shortcut

    Yes, I'm refferring to Windows Shortcut
  11. Is there a way to fix the problem on Windows?

    Is there a way to fix the problem on Windows?
  12. Why on Debian it is not identified as a link?

    Why on Debian it is not identified as a link?
  13. Distinguish symbolic link from file (stat function)

    Hi, I'm new to the forum. Sorry fo my bad English :)
    I've a problem to distinguish symbolic link from file, I created a link ("mylink") to a file, but when I run the following code,
    1. On Debian...
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