I'm trying to loop a statement/output in linux. So in my ssh directory if I do ls. There is a file call hello.c which prints Hello James. What i'm trying to do is a for loop that prints it 4 times.
This is what i've tried.
Bash as a programming language, is dynamically typed, so there are no type declarations. So you can remove the type declaration from the line bellow:
for((int i=1;i<=4;i++)); ^^^
i.e. change it to
Additionally, are you sure that you can call the program by saying
./hello.c? This is usually the source file and is not executable.