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Welcome!

First off, you don't have to use Xcode by any means. Like Linux and Windows, the choice is yours. Find an editor that suits your needs and enjoy.

As for your questions:
1. The development tools includes everything you need to develop applications since this is what Xcode is using to build your applications. Assuming Xcode was installed properly, make should be in your path. Let's do a quick check:
Code:
whereis make
It should be located in /usr/bin/
2. I'm going to have to leave this one to the Xcode users here. The C languages scare me so I avoid Xcode.

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