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C++, Carbon and cocoa


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Is there any place online where you can learn C++, Carbon and cocoa programing online?
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Yes there is, but I would suggest that you get a book instead. Its easier to use and you can reference to the book while still keeping the window your using for C++ open.
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I cant get any books here that arent 'windows' orientated, No Mac books around here lol
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check amazon.com
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i suggest the O'Reilly series:

Learning Cocoa with Objective-C

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Building Cocoa Applications : A Step by Step Guide



there are some other good resources at the bottom of those pages

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