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Posted 9 Jul 2013Right thnx for the help.
Posted 9 Jul 2013OK all problems solved.
It's been 3 years since I've been at DIC.
I'm pretty sure there was a [SOLVED] button to click or something when a problem was solved. Can't seem to find it anywhere...
Posted 9 Jul 2013So thats how it was...thanks.
So i'll try and compile it normally using MinGW and cmd.
It should be done like this then?
g++ $(FILE_NAME) -o $(NAME_PART).exe $(NAME_PART).exe
How do I make sure the program terminates immediately after it's run.
Do I need to kill the process each time.
Posted 9 Jul 2013Nope did not work,
I saved it as SwapInt.c and compiled it - same error.
Posted 9 Jul 2013Hmm...I was going to delete and recompile/run.
You were right it's write-protected so i can't delete it.
I'll change the filename and try it out.
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