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by David Mark

Category: Hardware and DIY
Subcategory: Technologies and Computers
Author: David Mark
ISBN: 1430218096
ISBN13: 978-1430218098
Language: English
Publisher: Apress; 1st Corrected ed., Corr. 4th printing edition (April 28, 2009)
Pages: 376
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Learn C on the Mac (Learn Series).

Learn C on the Mac (Learn Series). Dave Mark is a longtime Mac developer and author who has written a number of books on Mac and iOS development, including Beginning iPhone 4 Development (Apress, 2010), More iPhone 3 Development (Apress, 2010), Learn C on the Mac (Apress, 2008), The Macintosh Programming Primer series (Addison-Wesley, 1992), and Ultimate Mac Programming (Wiley, 1995).

Anything exercises the book has us do, are all ran and debugged in Xcode. Once you finish this book, you'll be able to understand Learn Objective-C on the Mac, also by Apress The last. Once you finish this book, you'll be able to understand Learn Objective-C on the Mac, also by Apress The last step, after understanding Objective C, is to decide what you want to do. Do you want to develop for the Mac or the iPhone? If you choose Mac, Learn Cocoa on the Mac by Apress would be the right book, if you choose to learn mobile Cocoa instead, for the iPhone, you would want Beginning iPhon.

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Learn C on the Mac book. No problem! Acclaimed author Dave Mark starts out with the basics and takes you through a complete course in programming C using Apple’s free Xcode tools. This book is perfect for beginners learning to program. Considered a classic by an entire generation of Mac programmers, this popular guide has been completely updated for Mac OS X. Don’t know anything about programming? No problem!

Learn C on the Mac. Authors: Mark, David

Learn C on the Mac. Authors: Mark, David. Dave loves the water and spends as much time as possible on it, in it, or near it. He lives with his wife and three children in Virginia.

n Chapter 3 shows you how to embed a series of programming statements into a reusable function, something you can call again and again

After all, college was where he really learned to program. n Chapter 3 shows you how to embed a series of programming statements into a reusable function, something you can call again and again. n Chapter 4 adds variables and operators into the mix, bringing the power of mathematical expressions into your programs. n Chapter 5 teaches you how to watch your program execute, line-by-line, to see that it’s doing the right thing, or fix it if it’s not.

price for USA in USD (gross). Considered a classic by an entire generation of Mac programmers, Dave Mark's Learn C on the Mac has been updated for you to include Mac OS X Mountain Lion and the latest iOS considerations. It includes contemporary OS X and iOS examples! This book also does the following:, Provides best practices for programming newbies.

Considered a classic by an entire generation of Mac programmers, this popular guide has been updated for Mac OS X. Don't know anything about programming? No problem! Acclaimed author Dave Mark starts out with the basics and takes you through a complete course in programming C using Apple's free Xcode tools. This book is perfect for beginners learning to program. It includes Mac OS X examples!

Provides best practices for programming newbies Written by the expert on C–programming for the Mac Presents all the basics with a pragmatic, Mac OS X-flavored approach Includes updated source code which is fully compatible with Xcode 4
Comments to eBook Learn C on the Mac (Learn Series)
Tygolar
The book is good, but it is outdated. It need a revision. The sample code is so full of problems.
When I downloaded the code and look for the lessons, they are not the right number, some are missing and some are not referenced by the book.

I am a software engineer, worked on Databased for most of my career. I wanted to learn C at the end of my career just as hobby and make my own software. In other words the book teach you good skills, the problem is with the code when you try to test, ti doesn't exist or it is hard to find.

It is a shame, a really great book with this problem,It is easy to fix, but it looks like they don't care.
Small Black
This isn't quite the caliber of Greg Perry's "Absolute Beginner's Guide to C," but it is a worthy effort and does quite well in teaching C basics. There are some inconsistencies in difficulty level, however. For example, some topics are presented in a very beginner-friendly way, while other topics that are difficult to understand are quickly or not thoroughly covered, though you're expected to understand them.

All-in-all I think it's a good primer for someone getting ready to learn Objective-C.
Berenn
Learning to program in C can be very boring and intimidating (it was to me in my younger days). Most of the time you're writing code to run in a command environment with no fancy and colorful-looking graphical user interface (GUI) to play with - typically just black and white text. However learning this language is very important for gaining a strong programming foundation. Especially if you're going to develop using a more modern language that expands upon C (Objective-C on the Mac, Visual C# in the Microsoft environment, C++, etc.).

Learn C on the Mac is a relatively simple read. The author does not assume that you're already a C programmer and therefore takes you step-by-step from the beginning through important topics that apply to many different languages. The book flows very smoothly from one topic to another gradually taking the reader into more complex coding. Not once did I get lost on a topic.

This book does not teach you everything you need to know about programming and it does have you write plain old command environment-type programs, but all of the language features, techniques and real-life scenarios it contains is very valuable to the learning process. You will feel like a C programmer when you get finished with this book.

I purchased the Kindle edition and it was formatted very well for my 9" DX screen.

Happy programming!
Malogamand
As someone who has never programmed on the Mac or in C, I found this book to be a godsend. The author starts with the preliminary steps for getting started with Xcode on the Mac, and then takes you across to the language itself. I liked the engaging and simple style in which it is written. To a newcomer to C, even a simple "hello World" program in C appears terrifying as it is always surrounded by a host of arcane statements that make no sense. The author tackles this situation in a pedagogically sound manner. The author gets the reader to focus on the central concepts that matter in the program code rather than all the distracting details. The book builds up gradually and gives you a solid platform for going on to Objective C. Highly recommended. Thanks form a grateful programmer !
Zicelik
I am already a programmer but new to C. I recommend this book. It explains code and the initial set up in detail. Some people may think it has too much detail but I'd rather have more than not enough. I find C tedious compared to the high-level languages I have been working with (COBOL and Natural). This book does a great job explaining the concepts and the codes so it has helped. The author is thorough and uses a bit of humor and keeps the reader engaged. He doesn't use too much humor and that's good. I don't like books that appear to be 'childish'. Anyway, this is a wonderful book and I enjoyed reading it and learning C.
Unnis
If you want to learn "C" on the Mac this is the book for you! He does on to teach objective "C" as well.
Kerry
I have no experience with programming which is why I bought this book. All the explanations and examples are easy to follow but it was hard for me to use the IDE Xcode. The author uses a previous version of Xcode (3.x) instead of the current 4.x series in his examples and assignments. So it took me even longer to learn because I had to translate between the two different versions. You can learn with this book but it may take you awhile like it did for me. This book should be updated.
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