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Old 02-11-2002
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hi,

i'm using slackware 8 and i'm planning on doing some coding in C, but i don't have the tools (only gcc and not much more). what do you recommend? are there any editor and debuggers all in one prog?

thx in advance for any suggestion
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Old 02-12-2002
Editor: You can use your choice... any text editor will do (vi, emacs, pico, joe, etc...)

Compiler: You already have gcc - That's pretty much what you need, assuming you installed the complete package.

Debugger: See if you have gdb... It may even come with gcc.

All in one: You're already using Unix!

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