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Majora wrote: »
I would highly recommend the book "Programming in Objective-C Third Edition" for anyone looking to learn Objective-C. Assumes no prior knowledge of C, but some programming experience is helpful. Very easy to understand book for beginners such as myself and the author answers any questions you may have about Objective-C on his forum. Love it.
dapis wrote: »
Yes, I totally concur with Duncan's statement.
I mentioned Erica Sadun's book earlier in this thread (about a previous edition), but I wanted to take this opportunity to reiterate how much I like this book. I have the eBook version as well. It may not be a good book for a beginner to learn from, but if you're an experienced developer it's a terrific reference to have handy.
Also, the current edition had some misprints in it when it first came out and the publishers replaced all the bad copies fairly promptly - in fact they offered the eBook as a replacement option and I took that route. I think that level of response from the publishers (Addison-Wesley) is pretty cool.