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Originally Posted by macuser1232 View Post
For Xcode you can program OSX and Windows languages because it can code C++ and C Objective.
This is only true if you don't use libraries that are limited to one platform such as Cocoa.

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So do you suggest that I should have an IDE? If so, which would you recommend?
Xcode is an IDE (IDE stands for "integrated development environment") so if you're comfortable using it, stick with it. As for a recommendation, I'll give you the same one I give people deciding what browser to use: try them and decide for yourself. Choice of IDE, like browser, is a personal preference.

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