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creating_a_project_in_xcode [2011/12/07 11:01]
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creating_a_project_in_xcode [2011/12/09 01:08]
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-====== ​Getting Started ​======+====== ​Creating A Program in Xcode ======
   - Go To: File > New > New Project (Command + Shift + N).   - Go To: File > New > New Project (Command + Shift + N).
   - Select "​Command Line Tool," then click Next.   - Select "​Command Line Tool," then click Next.
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-==== Addding the C++ File to the Compile Sources ====+==== Adding ​C++ File to the Compile Sources ====
 Unlike Visual Studios, in Xcode you must let the compiler know you're using the file. Unlike Visual Studios, in Xcode you must let the compiler know you're using the file.
  
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   - Click the "​**+**"​ button and in the drop down, select your C++ file, and click Add   - Click the "​**+**"​ button and in the drop down, select your C++ file, and click Add
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 +<note important>​You will receive this **error**, if you have forgotten to add your CPP file to the compile source.</​note>​
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 **And Now You're Ready To Start Coding!** =) **And Now You're Ready To Start Coding!** =)
  
  
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