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If your target is the Mac and the iPhone, then skip any further C++. It will just confuse you. Same for the Ruby book.

Some would say that you should go through that Learn Objective-C book. That might be a good idea since your knowledge has been tainted with C++. You might also want to go through that Learn C on the Mac book also. That last one may not be needed since via C++, you have already done some C coding, and that Learn Objective-C book may cover much of the same material.

If you have the Aaron Hillegass book, preferably the 3rd edition, then you have a very good book for learning the Cocoa side of things.

The OOP Demystified can be read in parallel with the other titles. The negative of the book might be that is doesn't use Objective-C in the samples. So I've read. From the Amazon reviews, it would seem to be a good read.

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