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so i went and bought this book programming in objective c 2.0 to start my adventure in iphone development, now im downloading xcode to get started with chapter 1 thoughts/opinions?
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    so i went and bought this book



    programming in objective c 2.0

    to start my adventure in iphone development, now im downloading xcode to get started with chapter 1

    thoughts/opinions?
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    I'd also recommend iPhone Open Application Development.

    iPhone Open Application Development | O'Reilly Media

    It's probably aimed at more of beginner style coding for the iPhone.
    I know that it helped me out a ton.
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    I have no knowledge of objective C or cocoa, would that book gear Me towards that cuz I would go out and buy that book now!

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    Actually, the book I suggested is mostly for Toolchain. I don't know if you have the official SDK, or just the Toolchain.
    That book is for beginning Objective-C on a coding only platform, not the official SDK.
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