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Programming in OS X

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Wondering if anyone could give me some advice and point me in the right direction. I'm wanting to program with OS X. I've have experience programming in C/C++ in windows (Borland Builder and Visual C++). Anyone recommend any books or websites? Havn't been able to find much myself so far.

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If you already know C then you should probably start with Cocoa. The C languages reign supreme on most UNIX platforms. Objective-C is the one that Cocoa loves to use. You can still use C/C++ though. Also just for fun you might look into Python wi=hich will already be loaded. I still like to use LISP you can check it out on the FINK project under clisp. LISP however would not really serve you too well. It's just fun especially for AI.
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