C, C++, Objective-C Java on Mac

So you’ve finally made the switch from PC to Apple. You may ask though ” How do I program C, C++. or Java on a Mac?” Well if you have new Intel Mac you could set up boot camp, partition your hard drive and then load a version of Windows. You would still need to boot your machine up into Windows and install a compiler just to write a few lines of code. If you have an older Apple machine then the duel boot option is out of the question. Luckily Apples Developer Tools include a very handy tool called Xcode. Whether you’re writing your code in C, C++, Objective-C Java, or scripting in AppleScript you should find that Xcode is a great compiler for Mac.

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~ by hackcraft on July 28, 2006.

One Response to “C, C++, Objective-C Java on Mac”

  1. I need a hacker i will give him e-gold

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