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[ INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SYSTEMS ] Computing Science Department Course : COMP 2130 Lab: #2 Date: 16 th /17 th January 2018 Getting started in C 1. Introduction The purpose of this assignment is to introduce C Language and to get you familiar with compiling, modifying and running C programs in our UNIX environment. 2. Instructions This lab will walk you through the very basics of C through interactive examples. The lab is designed to be a stand-alone introduction to C languages and it includes writing, modifying, and running C programs. You can use nano, pico or any other editor to write your C code. 3. Steps: 1. Use putty to login to your account. 2. Open a terminal window and create a new directory “ comp2130 ” under the desktop. Change directory to the directory cd ~/Desktop/comp2130 3. Use ls command to list all folders and files under the “ comp2130 ” directory. 4. Create a new directory “ lab2 ” and change directory to “ lab2 5. Check the version of the C compiler by running gcc -v and check the date and time of the system using the appropriate Unix command. 6. Create a new file “ hello.c ” using gedit (You can use any other editor) or nano 7. Add the following code inside the hello.c file. Then, save the file and close the editor.
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