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OS X Programming for newbies!

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by throdne, Jan 13, 2011.

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  1. throdne

    throdne Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    I'm a complete newbie at programming. And I'm going to the bookstore tomorrow for a book on OSX programming in XCode. Can someone suggest me some books on the subject, and it needs to be for someone that knows "NOTHING". I know that objective-C might be a really hard area to start, like knowing English and learning Arabic. But, I would rather it be objective-C then anything else.

    Thanks to anyone that post a comment,
    Throdne.
     
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    The for dummies series is usually good for beginners, so try to find a book called 'Objective C for Dummies'. As you are going to be using XCode, I found Apples quick documentation here, which should get you started. Good luck :)
     
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