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Using GCC: The GNU Compiler Collection Reference Manual for GCC

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Using GCC: The GNU Compiler Collection Reference Manual for GCC
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Publisher: Free Software Foundation
ISBN/ASIN: 1882114396
ISBN-13: 9781882114399
Number of pages: 432

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The definitive reference manual for the most widely used compiler in the world, written by the program's original author and its current developers. The GNU Compiler Collection is a full-featured ANSI C compiler with support for C, C++, Objective C, Java and Fortran as well as libraries for all these languages, such as libstdc++ and libgcj.

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