Hello. I'm doing C programming at uni in my electronics degree. At uni we use PCs and a program called Code Composer for writing the code, then compile and load it onto a texas instruments (USB) microprocessor development board to run it/debug it, as an embedded program. I can only use the board while at uni (1 day a week), so with the busy timetable and me working full time the rest of the week I don't get much chance to work on any programs. All the coding is very simple plain C, with no user interface (it's all ran using stdio.h I/O) and no object-oriented stuff. Question: Can I use Xcode on the mac, or MS Visual Studio on the PC to run plain C code and see the I/O results? Or is there any other software I can use? I'm not using any commands that are specific to that board (until next year sometime) and just want to be able to run simple C code, input variables, and see the output. Any help?