Hello-World! The baby steps to be a Programmer!
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README.md

hello-world

This project shows you how to write the legendary fundamental "hello-world" in all languages that you can think of.

Prerequisites and usage

For each hello-world download that language's compiler and run the file.

Structure

The hello-world code for each language is in its own directory. This directory also contains a specific README.md with instructions on how to run the code.

Examples:

Running projects via Docker:

Running the container

  • Make sure you have docker.io installed on your system by running docker -v, which should log the current version of docker installed.
  • Run docker run -v $(pwd):/home/docker -w /home/docker -it --rm <image_name> /bin/bash to run an interactive container.
  • Compile and run your desired program

Docker hello-world:

  • After installing Docker, simply run docker run hello-world.
  • This should create a container which displays a hello-world message.

Finding your desired image:

  • Goto the docker hub.
  • Search for the language/environment you want to run.
  • Choose any image in the list.
  • Run the command mentioned above by replacing the <image_name> with the corresponding image.

Contributing

  • I am always looking for more contributions.
  • If you're wondering how to contribute do check out Contributing

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