Objective C and Cocoa

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  1. Gman4354

    Gman4354 Member

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    ive tried to read a book on this and look at sites and tried to learn it but when i do its like some spanish dude trying to teach you english when he doesn't even know the english himself but you trying to teach yourself

    i need help i almost want to give up but i want to understand it so badly

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    Keep trying, don't give up... that's all I can say.

    Oh yeah, and, learn some math, and most important, TAKE NOTES. Then review your notes every day, or every two days..

    Also, say what you're reading verbally, or create quizzes/tests for yourself (or get someone else too).

    ^All keys to learning a programming language^
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    jamil_d Active Member

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    learn C first, and learn how to Capitalize when neccessary. Programming languages are mostly case-sensitive. Also, watch out for semicolons... One missing means disaster
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    My Father knows C++ mayn't he can help ?
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    exit1010 Well-Known Member

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    that would be wise to ask him. he will be glad to teach you! i would be happy...
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    Obj-C is a very object oriented language, understand that quickly or you'll fail even quicker. Understand the OOP concepts first.

    The only gripe I have with it is that it is uses a dynamic type system.

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