I wrote the obligatory "Hello world" script, and in Xwpe, it compiled OK and ran OK.
Now... the last time I tried learning C++, I used a give-away copy of Borland's C++ Builder/TurboC++ version 1 (hence the familiarity with Xwpe) under Windows 98 and NT.
When I complied the script, I got a nice executable file helloworld.exe.
Now I'm using this Linuxy thing, I get helloworld.o and helloworld.e.
I thought the Unix/Linux equivilent of the .exe was a .bin file?
What do I need to get Hello World to print out at the command line, as it would under DOS with the executable?
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# Hello World!