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General Discussion

Derek Chan
Derek Chan
3,110 Points

cant find the '.xcodeproj' in the downloaded files

hello not sure if this is the right place to be posting this but im on my MacBook Pro 2017, macOS Sierra and I can't find the file '.xcodeproj' in the downloaded files for this vid. thanks. im trying to get used to using xcode as i plan to do most of my programming on this computer.

Derek Chan
Derek Chan
3,110 Points

thanks steven. ive sent them an email. ill post their response for people who are having the same issue. fingers crossed guys

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
220,501 Points

In case a student doesn't have a ready answer, you can also report course issues directly to the Support staff.