I am new to Linux, and C++. Usually when I used Java, I could just use javac Something.java and run it using java Something. How do I compile my own c++ code without the help of an IDE? Also I am using Linux Ubuntu 12.04
The shell command you are looking for is g++ filename -o executablename, or at least that will get you started (the '-o' stands for 'output', and let's you choose the name of the final executable). Look up the documentation on GCC and make for more involved compilation.
For simple C++ executables, you can just use the make command directly. So, if you want to build a simple C++ source file named my_application.cpp, you can just execute the command: make my_application
That will compile and link the executable for you quite nicely. A Makefile is unnecessary unless you have more than one source file to link.
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