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Welcome to the iPhone forum

Jeanne Boyarsky
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Welcome to the iPhone forum. Apple has a developer page for the iPhone.


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Thanks for starting this forum. :;
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Woohoo, really looking forward to this forum.

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Monu Tripathi
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Thank you for starting separate forums for iPhone and Android! Having dedicated forums helps.

I dont have the money to buy a Mac or iPhone so i chose Android(not sure if there are alternatives to these). But I hope to write iPhone application some day.

Looking forward to learning from this ...

Thanks again.


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Russell McCurdy
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Am I correct in saying that iPhone Apps can only be written in Objective-C?
I got that gist from browsing online but thought i'd ask in the hope that there is a work-around
Jan Cumps
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Russell,
can you start a new topic for this question.
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Russell McCurdy
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Oh, sure. I just assumed it was a yes/no question :/
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Russell McCurdy wrote:Oh, sure. I just assumed it was a yes/no question :/


It is, but it is way off topic for this thread.

Yes.

Mark
 
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