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    AstralZenith
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    Im interested to see who's a ObjC programmer...

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    Objective-c is actually the language im learning right now. Its like all languages only a tad more complecated, and powerful. Its no AppleScript

    what about you?


    o, and welcome to Mac-forums.com!

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    Have not learn that one.
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    Was thinking about starting to learn Objective-C. Went to ADC at Apple.com and watched all the videos about cocoa, and what's involved. Wish I had more time to get into it...
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    I know what you mean. The days are not long enough and the weekends are to short.

    It must be time for a vacation.
    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!

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    I am lucky enough to be in college with no classes 4 out of the 7 days of the week

    Its a really fun language to learn, I recomend it.

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    Too much on my plate right now, may have to look into the future for that.
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    AstralZenith
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    im learning Objective-C im already pretty proficient in C++ and it is a great releif to hear that in the new versions of Project builder you can mix Objective-C and C++ freely... its Objective-C++

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    Yes, I am sure apple had that in mind when they went into the building of that tool.

    Ne other reasons to switch to apple?

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    AstralZenith
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    how about the fact that PB and IB are FREE! :lol:

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    Mmmm... PeanutButter...


    Yea, I know what you mean. There are many quality apps that can be built with them, and infinite amount of great apps.

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    AstralZenith
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    anyone know what methods go with the class NSTableView!? :huh: (methods to add rows)

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    Inherits from:
    NSControl : NSView : NSResponder : NSObject

    Conforms to:
    NSCoding (NSResponder)
    NSObject (NSObject)

    Declared in:
    AppKit/NSTableView.h


    That help?

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    AstralZenith
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    :lol: shut up those arnt even methods and, you know I know that much ... btw that apple dev site dosnt say **** the only place I learn stuff is off the O'Reilly site... but they only have examples, not a list of methods and thier form

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