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Understanding the do-while loop: C Essential Training
Understanding the do-while loop: C Essential Training

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Skill Level Beginner
7h 22m
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Q: How do I configure a C compiler in Windows?

<div>To configure a C compiler for Eclipse in Windows, follow these steps: </div><div>1) Download the MinGW installer from <a target="_blank" href=""></a> </div><div>2) Open the resulting mingw-get-setup.exe file and click <strong>Continue</strong> until you get to the Installation Manager. </div><div>3) Select mingw32-base and choose <strong>Mark for Installation</strong>. </div><div>4) Under the <strong>Installation</strong> menu, choose <strong>Apply Changes </strong>and then <strong>Apply</strong>. Wait for the process to complete. </div><div>5) Open Eclipse and navigate to the <strong>Preferences</strong> option under the <strong>Window</strong> menu. </div><div>6) Under <strong>C/C++</strong>, find the <strong>New C/C++ Project Wizard</strong> option. For the <strong>Hello World ANSI C Project</strong> option, choose the <strong>MinGW GCC</strong> toolchain, and click <strong>Make toolchain(s) preferred</strong>. Press <strong>OK</strong>. </div><div>7) To create a new project, select the <strong>File</strong> menu and choose <strong>New C Project</strong>. </div><div> 8) In the <strong>Project Type</strong> area, choose <strong>Hello World ANSI C Project</strong>, and specify a project name. Press <strong>Finish</strong>. This will create a .c file inside a folder named &#8220;src.&#8221; </div><div>9) Open the exercise file and copy and paste the contents into the .c file created inside of your project, replacing the contents. </div>

Q: How do I use the exercise files on a Windows machine?

A: On Windows, the exercise files require a change to the compiler settings to enable C99 support. To change the compiler settings, follow these steps:<br /><br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 1)&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Right-click on the .c file and choose <strong>Properties</strong>.<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 2)&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Under <strong>C/C++ Build</strong> and <strong>Settings</strong>, change the <strong>Command</strong> value to &#8232;&#8220;gcc -std=c99&#8221;. Click OK.

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