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    gcc, javac and .net in Linux???


    1.why are iostream.h file and like that not used in gcc??
    2.I installed jdk5 for linux on my FC4....i tried to run an RMI program(which runs in windows with rmic,startrmiregistry,etcc)
    in linux but couldn't...is the compilation and running same as in windows for Linux??
    3.i heard that many companies are looking for .net professionals
    ..is there any correspondent software in .net...is it similar or totally different??

    Gejoe D

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEJOE DANIEL
    1.why are iostream.h file and like that not used in gcc??
    They are most certainly used in gcc. What problem are you having?

    2.I installed jdk5 for linux on my FC4....i tried to run an RMI program(which runs in windows with rmic,startrmiregistry,etcc)
    in linux but couldn't...is the compilation and running same as in windows for Linux??
    Generally speaking, the Java runtime works the same on any OS. What was the exact line you were using to run the program? What errors did you get?

    3.i heard that many companies are looking for .net professionals
    ..is there any correspondent software in .net...is it similar or totally different??

    Gejoe D
    Not sure what you're asking there.
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    1) The issue is that 'iostream.h' is, in fact, a header library that attempts to emulate plain old iostream. Because this is not ANSI standard C++, it is a warning when you use gcc with that.

    To do essentially the same thing:
    Code:
    #include <iostream>
    using namespace std;
    cout, cin, and endl are all part of the std namespace: the 'using namespace std' allows you to call them as you would had you used iostream.h.

    2) See techieMoe.

    3) If I understand your question, you want to know if .NET is available in Linux? Well, .NET is really a Microsoft thing, but Novell has the Mono project that is attempting to implement .NET in Linux:

    http://www.gotmono.com/


    Hope that helps!

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