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Lists all macros and their values defined by gcc.
outputs a f=220Hz guitar string sound (fifth string A)
Install Ksuperkey one command in Kubuntu.
You must manually add ksuperkey to autostart in System Settings KDE.
Something I pulled off 4chan, it plays a tune.
This should work on any unix platform running bash. Just type the program into cat and give it a ^D when you're done, at which time it will compile, run, and remove the program. Obviously, you can run it without the "rm a.out" if you'd like to keep the binary. If you want to keep the source, well, you might as well just write it in vi or emacs first then.
This is a quick hack to make a gcc caller. Since it runs with gcc instead of tcc, it's a bit more trustworthy as far as the final answers of things go.
doesn't need /dev/null
It's hard to beat C. This is just slightly faster than the bc version on my machine.
Requirements: libgmp headers, gcc.
Compile *.c files with "gcc -Wall" in actual directory, using as output file the file name without extension.
is the runtime linker/loader for ELF binaries on Linux.
=(cmd) is a zsh trick to take the output for the command "inside" it and save it to a temporary file.
echo -e 'blah' | gcc -x c -o /dev/stdout -
pipes the C source to gcc. -x c tells gcc that it's compiling C (which is required if it's reading from a pipe). -o /dev/stdout - tells it to write the binary to standard output and read the source from standard input.
because of the the =() thing, the compiled output is stashed in a tempfile, which the loader then runs and executes, and the shell tosses the tempfile away immediately after running it.