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what can i download so i can write my c programs from college on my new mac g4 powerbook with osx.03
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XCode which comes with your computer can program in C and C++

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XCode which comes with your computer can program in C and C++
Xcode didnt come with mine, had to go to apple and ask them for it.
C compiler on Xcode- gcc
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