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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Fundamentals of C Anatomy of a C program

Problem setting up files...have the newest version of Xcode and has you set it up as iPhone, iPad or Universal...

I don't see a choice for .c project...just single and then it it has you choose iPhone, iPad or Universal and creates .h, .m files...no .c file option.

2 Answers

Patrick Donahue
Patrick Donahue
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I think you need to choose OSX - Application - Command Line project.

I never actually created one - but I think that might work.

That worked! Thanks!!! :)