> In Redhat 6.2 If I do:
> gcc test.cpp
>> I get:
> /tmp/cchQ2x6N.o: In function `main':
> /tmp/cchQ2x6N.o(.text+0x9): undefined reference to `cout'
> /tmp/cchQ2x6N.o(.text+0xe): undefined reference to
> const *)'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> If I do
> g++ test.cpp
> it works. If I run a.out I get 'Hello World'.
So, if you compile it with the _C_ compiler it doesn't work
and it you compile it with the _C++_ compiler it works?
This is a C++ program. Where is the problem?
(The reason is that when you use g++, the compiler automatically
links with the C++ libraries, while gcc - the C compiler driver -
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