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"ls" is a Linux command that did not work for me. I had to type "dir" instead. And Hello World .C did not compile until I added line return 0; I don't understand how you got yours to compile without adding return.
this video helped me a lot I used c++ minGW a few years back and did not remember which PATH i'm supposed to append the path of bin folder to, this video help me a lot finally I will be able to complete my project
I'm unable to use commands like "ls" and also every time I compiles the program I'm getting a.exe as output file, but not as shown in video as I'm using windows 10. How can I run Linux commands on windows command prompt?
I just found a fix to those who are confused with the ls command.It is a unix/linux command, and doesn't work. What you need to do is:
1-type in 'dir' instead of 'ls'.
2-then type in g++ -o <executable name> <c++ file name>
3-That should do it.
P.S. 'ls' and 'dir' are not needed to compile. They are just used to confirm that the cpp file is there in the directory.
If you are sure you need not use dir and ls.
One of the things that has not been mentioned in the above video is to change your directory before you compile.
The part where ">c:\..." is usually set to the users folder in C: file. One way to change directory is to type following commands:
Typing the above command will change the directory to "C:" only
Typing the above command will change the directory to "C:\MinGW\bin\cfiles"
Here: cfiles is the folder which you've created to save your files like "hello.c" etc
Now you can compile your c files. Always check which directory you're in before compiling!
Thanks for all the help to whoever created this video!
thank you very much, your video is very helpful. The only difference in windows 10 is that when you edit path, there is a list of paths where you can click "add" and paste the minigw directory without using the ";"
man i found out ls doesnt work to list my contents of folder in commandline. i had to use dir. he used cd and a space and typed the name of his folder. didnt work for me, i had to type cd\(backslash)and just copy my path from explorer to change directories. i got a ton of errors when finally typing in compile command. mostly such and such was not declared in this sccope kind of errors and a does not name a type include<iostream> i deleted on my test.cpp file what it declared was not in scope but the does not name a type include<iostream> has me baffled. here i come google
Good work. What problem you faced when you directly installed mingGW? I haven't installed code blocks, but I have installed the cygwin sometimes ago which included the mingW. That mingGW installation works fine. Thanks a lot.
Sorry but I have been out of coding for a while and trying to help a friend compile a cpp file. Are you running linux layered on top of a windows 7 OS ? I am asking because when you popped the cmd window you did and 'ls' command, which is a unix command that does not work in Win7. And if this is just a unix compiler then do you have a video for installing a directly compatible Win7 compiler ? Thanks.
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