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Good morrow everyone,

I have read a couple of threads regarding libraries and was getting the impression that I have to install libraries in order to link executables successfully. Is this true that I have to first install libraries such as Mingw32 or CygWin into my drive in order create a makefile and link my programs successully? Because in my programs I go through the compiling and linking without any errors but when I look at the output it says: "g++.exe: 'g++': NO SUCH FILE OR DIRECTORY. On regular console programs it is a complete success though and an executable is produced.
So I begin to wonder but some threads that I read say that installing libraries into Windows is near impossible. Thanks for your help and may never ending good fortune flow come your way.

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It sounds more like your path isn't set up correctly. If you say "g++.exe" but that program isn't in the current working directory, it won't be found unless the rest of the location is in your system path.

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