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Xcode Situation

Nov 24, 2011
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How do you Place Classes in Separate Files using Xcode?
How do you Place Classes in Separate Files using Xcode?

This is for doing work on C++ - programming
More less I need to have 3 windows on Xcode to work together
for example say i am using a file named burrito

I need to link the files
have a main.cpp
and buritto.cp

how do i do this
can some one give me exact steps
as i am confused and tried to use help tab

This is the exact link to the tutorial video i am looking at
so you can see what i am talking about

Buckys C++ Programming Tutorials - 15 - Placing Classes in Separate Files - YouTube
My complier is use is Xcode.

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