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I have been reading through the Becoming an XCoder pdf and the user Guids for XCode and I can't figure something out. In the guide it gives you a sample program that calculates the area of a circle and a rectangle, it says to press the build and go button and the results will be displayed in the run log. I cannot find the runlog box. I found a box called build results that displays the results, errors and the returned state but not a box that displays the output of the program. I have no errors in the code according to XCode. Do I have to enable something to display the results or am I hitting the wrong button?

I started the project as a command line utility like the file said, could this maybe be an error or require me to enable some control? I have never used a development environment before, I am used to compiling with gcc and then running a.out. Thanks for the help, overall XCode seems pretty good and Objective C is not hard to pick up at all if you now C fairly well.

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OK, I think I just solved my own problem maybe. I was debugging my code and I was looking at the console output and it displayed the results there. Is that what is referred to as the run window or is that something else?

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