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I am new to using Xcode and new to C++. I am trying to figure out how to use Xcode to write C++ programing. I can not seem to figure out what I need to open in order to start writing code. Thanks for any help!
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Can you be more specific? What have you tried to do? What do you know? What have you done? What are you running into that's causing some confusion?

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I cant seem to find the right project or file to input code then compile it and run it. There is alot available I believe from this IDE and i cant seem to find the right place to start writing the C++ code.
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And I don't know really anything about Xcode and I have only been able to select new projects on Xcode but it doesnt seem like a place to actually compile C++
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I think a good place for you to start would be the Xcode user guide. That should help you get started.

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