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Need shebang line for gcc

Need shebang line for gcc

I'm using bbedit to write c code. I'd like to add a shebang line to my program so that I can use bbedit's shebang menu to send my code to the terminal to run (Run In Terminal).

I've tried using:



but it doesn't work (terminal output pasted below). Can someone please tell me what I'm doing wrong? Thanks!

Last login: Sun Apr  1 11:07:29 on ttyp2
/var/tmp/folders.501/Cleanup\ At\ Startup/count-197137778.845.c.command; exit
Welcome to Darwin!
tcsh: MANPATH: Undefined variable.
[Powerbook:~] rafrei% /var/tmp/folders.501/Cleanup\ At\ Startup/count-197137778.845.c.command; exit
/Users/rafrei/Documents/Programs/count_all/count.c:1:2: error: invalid preprocessing directive #!
[Process completed]

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