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"This book spends half the time talking about the Objective-C language itself and half the time talking about Apple's Foundation and Cocoa frameworks. The chapters are well organized and concepts are well explained, so you end up with a solid foundation in the language. It's an easy read even with very little programming experience. The book doesn't cover Cocoa or the other higher level frameworks, but you'll be completely ready to pick it up by the time you're done with this book." 
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ISBN-10:  0321566157
ISBN-13:  978-0321566157
Author:  Stephen G. Kochan
Genre:  Computers & Internet
Publisher:  Addison-Wesley Professional
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review by . January 02, 2009
This book begins with a typo in the first program listing presented. My eyes blinked when I saw it. It's not a big deal - they just left out the beginning "<" in an #import line. There were a few more problems I noticed as I skimmed along through the first part of the book. A clumsy explanation of the size of data types made me blink again.    But does it matter? Were these little glitches serious enough to confuse a new reader? It's impossible for me to see this with fresh eyes …
Programming in Objective-C 2.0 (2nd Edition)
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