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    i need some help i dont have a clue about linux i am more of a windows user but windows is getting old for me so i decided to try linux i managed to get throught the installation process i am learning C++ i compiled a source file
    but how do i open the file not the source file because when i click on it
    it pops up "open with" but what do i open it with am learning C++ and learning to use linux at the same time and its making it difficult please someone help me thanks

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    Since C++ source files are basically just text files, choose your favourite text editor to open the file with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daark.child View Post
    Since C++ source files are basically just text files, choose your favourite text editor to open the file with.
    its not the source file that am trying to open its the executible file after the compilation progress i dont know what to open it with
    Last edited by danny2007; 12-18-2007 at 10:58 AM. Reason: i miss spelt a word

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    Open terminal in the folder where your file is and type ./nameofyourapp
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    Quote Originally Posted by minthaka View Post
    Open terminal in the folder where your file is and type ./nameofyourapp
    ah ok thanks it worked

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