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    The linux man pages are located in chapter 3. Chapter 2 is for low level platform specific system level functions that shouldn't be used in most programs.

    man 3 printf

    In solaris C functions are in chapter s3c

    man -s3c printf
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    Question How to print?


    I did navigate to the folder of Man pages but all the content in is Gz form How come I export it to html and it also does not contain C++ refrence(I could not find cout):(
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    Cout is not a function...
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    Question Question is there?


    OK I am the greatest fool on the earth. But I couldnot find cout. Does that mean the chapter 3 of man pages has function refrence. I figured it out that the man pages can be browsed using a utility say manbrowser. coool
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    Yeah the man pages are mostly for functions. But there are man pages for comonly used header files and libraries such as stdio, string.h and the PThread library.


    All of which can be used in both C and C++.
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    Good site for linux Programming Gcc


    If you want to learn the functions and programming under linux/gcc programming then try pages like http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/ that would be a good place to start IMHO
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    Cool Kdevelop


    Linux has something like KDE And KDE has thing like Kdevelop and Kdevelop has thing like Books and C/C++ Refrence. Try it u will find It as I did :D
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    Sorry for asking this, please dont flame me, please dont arrest me, etc. does anyone have a pirated copy of Visual C++? It is WAY out of my pricerange. if not, is there somthing that i can get for very cheap or free? What do ya'll use?
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    Sorry for asking this, please dont flame me, please dont arrest me, etc. does anyone have a pirated copy of Visual C++? It is WAY out of my pricerange. if not, is there somthing that i can get for very cheap or free? What do ya'll use?
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    You can get a student license for less then half the price of the professional license.

    If you are just wanting a C/C++ compiler, there are plenty out there that are free. Most of which are mentioned somewhere in this forum. (along with some good ide's if you need them)
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