It sounds as tho you want to enjoy the luxuries of coding in linux, but not have to learn/memorize any of the 'basics' like functions and such.
That's kinda crazy.
However, if you do have wine running, and can get the TurboC running, you can always reference back to the lovely help it provides.
I've used the old dos TurboC quite a bit in the past, but I must agree that anjuta or even glade proveds adequate programming features.
Sometimes, change is good...