Windows is a painful environment to learn pure C in (I did try ). Linux (or even OSX, as a UNIX-like system) is much easier. If you do, KATE with the terminal plugin at the bottom and the right highlighting/indenting makes a nice IDE .ahammel wrote:By "PC", do you mean "computer running Windows"? My understanding is that's a pretty painful environment to learn pure C in (although I've never tried). You may want to look into a Linux partition or VM.
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sam_i_am wrote:My recollection is that it takes quite a bit of set-up in order to get windows to compile c programs, where I believe I think that some Linux installations come with a c compiler(gcc)
EvanED wrote:I'd also like to give a shout-out to clang, part of the LLVM project. You could use this instead of GCC, and I think there are native (maybe mingw-based?) builds for Windows.
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