Product documentation for XL C for AIX, V10.1 (PDF format)

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A collection of product documentation files for IBM XL C for AIX, V10.1, including getting started and installation guides. Cross-reference links to other PDF documents might not work online. In this case, download the related PDF documents to the same directory on your local machine.

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Getting Started - XL C for AIX, V10.1
This book introduces you to the XL C/C++ for AIX compiler, including features new for V10.1​.

Language Reference - XL C for AIX, V10.1
This book contains information about the C programming languages, as supported by IBM, including language extensions for portability and conformance to non-proprietary standards.​

Compiler Reference - XL C for AIX, V10.1
This book contains information about the various compiler options, pragmas, macros, environment variables, and built-in functions, including those used for parallel processing.​

Optimization and Programming Guide - XL C for AIX, V10.1
This book contains information on advanced programming topics, such as application porting, interlanguage calls with Fortran code, library development, application optimization and parallelization, and the XL C high-performance libraries.​

Installation Guide - XL C for AIX, V10.1
This document contains installation information for IBM XL C for AIX, including prerequisites, requirements, and environmental considerations. Please read it carefully before installing the compiler.​

gxlc and gxlc++ utilities - Option mappings for XL C and XL C/C++ for AIX, V10.1
XL C and XL C/C++ provides the gxlc and gxlc++ utilities to map many GCC compiler options to their XL C and XL C/C++ counterparts. Mappings currently recognized by XL C and XL C/C++ are listed in this document.​


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More support for:

XL C for AIX
Documentation

Software version:

10.1

Operating system(s):

AIX

Reference #:

7036626

Modified date:

2012-11-13

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