Build C code for Linux environment with Intel C compiler in Azure DevOps build pipeline

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I'm looking for assistance on how to use the Intel C++ compiler to produce C++ code for Linux in the Azure DevOps build CI pipeline. When using the gcc compiler instead of the Intel C++ compiler, this is a frequent practise. But, when it comes to the Intel C++ compiler, do you have any recommendations for integrating a licence (either named user or floating) into the build process?
Feb 10 in Other DevOps Questions by Edureka
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