Home Learn Linux Linux Answers Internet Regarding the GCC C compiler for Linux is it possible to execute Graphical programs i mean even the simple circle and other geometrical shapes using the standard C graphical commands?
  • C doesn't have "standard" output libraries !
    you can output some graphics by using external libs for framebuffer/libjpeg/vgalibs (without X) or something else for XWin (a lot of them: GTK, ...)

    Answered by ben
    6 years ago
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  • The closest thing to "standard C graphical commands" that you'll get is openGL. There are some very simple tutorial programs out there starting with:

    At the bottom of the screen you'll notice there's 3 different linux examples with various tradeoffs involved...

    Answered by TsaniApani
    5 years ago
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