When a process or function is submitted for compilation, the developer has the option of saving the generated C code. If you are planning to port your application to another platform, you would want to save the C code generated; otherwise, you will generally not save the C code.
The C code will be saved in the source sub-directory of your x_ppp partition directory. The C code can be edited using any of the standard source line editors.
The C code generated is well structured and well documented so that it may be easily maintained.
Saving the C code can use a considerable amount of extra disk space. It is recommended that you do not keep the C code unless you are planning to port to another platform. The C code can be quickly regenerated if it is needed.