read .chm files in linux

  Is there any way to read in an inteligible form a .chm (help file format)) file under a RH linux?
   Probably we are talking about a third party software....don't know ....interested in any suggestion.
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Adrian DobrotaNetworking EngineerAsked:
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Adrian DobrotaNetworking EngineerAuthor Commented:
easy points for mike.
first hit on a google search now that I do a google search.
I didn't do a google search cause my friend that asked me this question is quite experienced and I assumed he already did that.

HEHE .... I love having unlimited points
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bobwood2000Commented:
any other ways? xchm is not a great program, in my option. It won't let you search within a single page, I think.
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CarmenOrtizCommented:
I need help with this program...
Read in 20 numbers each of which is between 10 and 100 inclusive if is not duplicate.

I came up with this. And i don't kow how to do the next part. Can you please help me?

#include<iostream>



using std::cout;
using std::endl;

using namespace std;

using std::cout;
using std::cin;
using std::endl;

void main()
{

      int arraynumbers[20];
      int arraySize = 10;
      int tmp;

      cout<<"Enter 20 different Numbers"<<endl;






      for(int i=10; i<arraySize; i++);

      {
            cin>>arraynumbers[i];
      }





      for(int k=1; k<arraySize; k++);
      {



            for(int i=0; i<(arraySize-k);k++);

            {



                  if(arraynumbers[i]>arraynumbers[i+1])


                  tmp = arraynumbers[i];
                  arraynumbers[i] = arraynumbers[i+1];
                  arraynumbers[i+1] = tmp;

            }

      }

      cout<<"Numbers in order"<<endl;
      cout<<"This program will now Terminate"<<endl;
}
      
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bilalhmoudaCommented:
http://www.linuxappfinder.com
 your one stop shop for all the linux software needs ,and if you are using ubuntu  7.4 and above then click on the install now big icon and it will do the job for you ,and about the xchm you can use gnochm it works perfectly.
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