08M-Using-XCode

08M-Using-XCode - CS106X Autumn 2010 Handout 08M September...

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CS106X Handout 08M Autumn 2010 September 22 nd , 2010 Using Xcode Once you have access to Xcode, you should play around with it for a while before tackling any of our major assignments. I’ve gone ahead and posted a starter project for Assignment 0: Narcissistic Numbers, which is a complete, working program that prints out the first 25 narcissistic numbers. You don’t need to actually code or submit any work for Assignment 0—it’s simply here so we have a small programming project to refer to while teaching you Xcode. Download the version of the Assignment 0 starter files that are appropriate to your own operating system. Unzip the file, and open up the folder to expose the following set of files: The narcissism.xcodeproj is the primary file that helps you manage all of the other files that contribute to a working C++ program. In general, you should look for file ending in xcodeproj whenever you download and extract assignment starter files. When you want to code and the project isn’t open, you’ll typically double click the
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