Crypting with terminal

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Question Crypting with terminal

hey i need some help with crypting in the terminal
it doesnt recognize the crypt command...what do i do?
Also what is reccommended for writing programs? where is the best place to get startd with C++

Thanks in advance

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if the shell your using dosnt recognize a command, this is due to one of two reasons.
a. the command dosnt exist on your system. it is not installed.
solution: find the program online, download it and install it!

b. the location of the program is not in your $PATH.
solution: find where the path to the executable is located, and try running the program with the full path.

the best place to get started with c++, www.google.com
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