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Compiling a C program on Linux and running it under Windows

I have a compiled C program file -- say, simple.o -- the object file created on compilation from Red Hat Linux. Now I want this object file to be executed under Windows.

What's the way out for this? Is there any software that interoperates between these two?

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Using your Web browser, download from www.cygwin.com and install the GCC compiler. Now you can compile your C program just like under Linux and run it on Windows inside the Cygwin toolkit.

This was first published in January 2004

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