just checking??

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  1. chris96

    chris96 New Member

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    Just checking, toolchain for win and xcode for mac arent compatible right?
    I mean you cant code something on toolchain and then copy it over to xcode when you get a mac and continue building without chaning tons?

    if my above guess is correct, is it better to start out with c or objective c for iphone programming using xcode? From many posts i read that objective c is good to start out with, but one person said dont start out with obj-c like i did, start with c.
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    ObjC is an extension of C, anything you learn on C, you an apply to ObjC.

    And you can't use the SAME project, but the code they use is the same. What I do is write classes with the core of my app, they can be a subclass of UIView, or whatever, and then apply them to either an XCode project or to a Toolchain project (I have access to a Mac, but not all the time).

    That way I don't have to modify a lot, or copy-paste a lot.

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