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COP 3275 Programming Using C Language Lab Tutorial ---- August 30, 2011 Yi Wang Radhika V. Medury yiwan@cise.ufl.edu rmedury@cise.ufl.edu The CISE E114 Computer lab has Some PCs with Windows 7 OS, and the others with Ubuntu 10.04 Linux OS. For Linux PC: Login the computer using your CISE account, not your Gatorlink account. Create a new folder in your home directory as your work space. At the left up corner of the desktop, Place -> Home Folder. There are two ways to create a C language source file. First and the easy way is to use gedit (Application -> Accessories -> gedit text editor) to create filename.c in your workspace. Gedit works like any other text editor except that it can automatically highlight the keywords in your source code. Pretty handy! The second way is to use the terminal (Application -> Accessories -> Terminal). You can type any Linux/Unix instructions in the terminal. A brief introduction of the basic commands can be easily found in Google, here is a good one: h ttp://mally.stanford.edu/~sr/computing/basic- unix.html You can also access a manual by using the command man. The man is short for manual and allows the user to search for specific commands or commands related to a particular keyword. man [-] [-k keywords] topic
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