The best thing about Visual Studio is intellisense. In my opinion, best IDE ever created. You can use Turbo C++ too.
Install Visual Studio Code and add the C
Visual Studio is the best of the bunch by a long shot, if you can handle the cost. If you’re just starting out and need something free, go for SharpDevelop – it’s not as polished as VS, but it does everything you’re likely to need. And if you’re an Emacs or Vim user, you can use MonoDevelop with your favorite editor, too.
But really, if all else is equal, and if you can get Visual Studio, use that.
Well, it’s just an IDE, so you could use anything that is capable of typing text.
What I personally use: Notepad++ for quick text editing and writing C
Visual Studio Code is a code editor redefined and optimized for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications. Visual Studio Code is free and available on your favorite platform – Linux, macOS, and Windows.
Visual Studio Code has integrated source control and includes Git support in-the-box. Push and pull from any hosted SCM service.
Visual Studio Code integrates seamlessly with tools like Grunt, Gulp, Bower, NPM, and MSBuild as well as or other command line tools to provide an enriched development experience no matter what the project type.
If you use the new VS Code editor to work with C
In a recent post I described how to develop C