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Hey everyone,

I have been developing in c++ on a windows environment and now wanted to get started on my macbook. I have Xcode 3.2 installed and I was wondering if there was a way to have more than 1 project going on in 1 window. I know in Visual Studios I was able to do this a select which project I wanted to compile. I just wanted to know if there is a way to do this?

Also how can I go by creating an empty project for C++ and setup the targets ? Does anyone have any good step by step tutorials ? Any good references using Xcode?

Thanks for your time!
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