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Per the advice of Power User @iAm_ManCat you can accomplish this by saving the file as C# in Visual Studio Code. Check out his Twitter account. I recommend you follow him for more helpful hints!
Both editors are fine really but my preference is VS Code due to its marketplace for extensions and high level of customizability.
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Either one should work, but neither one has a specific setting for Power Apps and there is no intellisense support. So its mostly a personal preference.
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