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I was following the directions from the website and was putting clang -0 hello hello.c I got an error code. I'm not sure if this means anything but when I put ls it says a.out* hello/ and hello.c. Also when I try to do the next set of instructions which is ./hello it tells me that ./hello is a directory. Also when I put make hello I also get an error code.

  • nvm i figured it out – Aarti Jun 12 at 4:54
  • Hi! Please post your code and screenshot of error code for better understanding your question. – Egor Fedorets Jun 13 at 10:06
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Problem with your ./hello not working is that there is no hello program to run. There's a folder called hello in that location not a program. And about error in make CAN YOU SHARE THE ERROR CODE OR WHATEVER ERROR YOU FIND WHEN YOU RUN make hello

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  • I already figured it out or else I would share the code! I'm just going to mark your answer as correct so other people don't try to answer it. – Aarti Jun 23 at 20:00

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