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Since you have installed XCode, you have the tools you need for the simple stuff and don't have to use XCode. The C++ and C compiler can be used via the command line. For a C program I'd type something like 'cc test.c' in the folder that file exists in. I'm not sure if the C++ syntax is different since I've never done that. Type 'man c++' at the Terminal command line.

As far as editing your files, you can use TextEdit. Just fix the preferences so it creates plain text files and doesn't add .txt to the file.
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