tutorial on objective C coding

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  1. dabomb1022

    dabomb1022 Banned

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    ok i would like to learn objective c but anything else i guess is fine could you plz pm me a good tutorial i have used all ssh stuff and things i think im not a noob so thanks!!
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    eric_chaos Well-Known Member

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    Just because you can SSH, doesn't mean you can code.

    As far as objective C goes, I'd recommend learning C/C++ first.
  3. Aristarchos

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    c++ was a b*tch
    whats the difference between c++ and objective c might i ask?
  4. JeffS

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    It's been a while since my classes, but I believe the main difference was the syntax used, along with which compiler. Technically C was objective by design, but C++ was an "improvement" in the implimentation. Mind you it's been about 10 years so bear with my memory.

    I'm sure somebody who is an active C/C++ programmer could give a better explanation though.

    -Jeff
  5. Paintball

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    Objective C is an object orientated language, hence the name Objective C. While C and C++ are procedural languages. Basically almost the same syntax though. I got a book that was recommended by someone else on this site and it is actually really good. You don't need to learn C/C++ first. Search the toolchain development subforum for the link.
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    C is a procedural language, but C++ is an object oriented language. Object orientation was added to C, and thus C++ was born. The ++ increment operator was used in the name to symbolize an increment to the language.

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