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How to port a part of c code from vx works operating steps to unix?

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I want to port a part of C code from Vx works operationg system to unix os.Please help me the steps to follow?
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Get a good C compiler.    gcc is quite good.

Compile the code with all warnings turned on.

Read and ponder each error and fix it.

That's about all we can suggest!


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nitinmathur5 earned 500 total points
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I think your question is too generic. Please be a little more specific or if possible, outsource this project to some of us :-))
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