Running a C++ Application Using GNU C++ with Linux

For this test drive, we assume that you know how to copy the examples into your home directory. Also, for the figures in this section, we use a bold highlight to point out the user input required by each step. The prompt in the shell on our system uses the tilde (~) character to represent the home directory, and each prompt ends with the dollar sign ($) character. The prompt will vary among Linux systems.

1. Locating the completed application. From a Linux shell, change to the completed GuessNumber application directory (Fig. 1.14) by typing

    cd Examples/ch01/GuessNumber/GNU_Linux

then pressing Enter. The command cd is used to change directories.

~$ cd examples/ch01/GuessNumber/GNU_Linux ...

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