Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 08:01:07 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Objective-C title from established
No. Haven't tried RubyCocoa yet. I think most XCODE
are using Objective-C with Cocoa.
Do you remember the hit show, "Dallas"?
Mind if I call you 'JR':-)
For an Objective-C reference book by an established
Kochan and Wood are a couple of C language rock
the 80s and 90s, kinda like Kernighan and Ritchie
in the 70s
Out on the West Coast, JR, Cal State Fullerton in
early nineties used
Kochan's classic, "Topics and C Programming" to
sections in night school...mostly gray-haired
were looking to prolong their programming careers by
few years by
Kochan has many popular titles, because of a simple
style of prose.
Last I heard, he was running an exercise physiology
You'll find you can download coding examples on
Objective-C from his website, and they run readily
Greg in KC.
Thanks so much! Funny, because here at my work, a
shop outside of Philadelphia, we created an
internally used Flat File
gem. Have you worked with RubyCocoa at all?
One other quick question, where on Apple's Dev
(or any other
site, book) is there a good reference for
:: Justin Reagor
On Jun 6, 2007, at 11:37 PM, GREG NEELEY wrote:
<Objective-C vice Ruby.doc>