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Default Xcode 2.4 differences

I am using Xcode 2.4 and now going through Beginning MacOS X Prog.

In the explanaiton on p85 about Online Documentation it says "Click on API ref link" (point 6), but I don't see this.

I have to admit I find the documentation the most challenging aspect to grasp - it's been a long time since i did any serious coding.

I am using 10.4.8 on MBP and Xcode 2.4 with Oct Docs.

Any help would be most appreciated.
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craig -

I'm also using Xcode 2.4, but with the August docs. In order to find the reference, I clicked on the Data Management link of the Cocoa Foundation section (left column). If you scroll down, you'll eventually find the NSDate Class reference.

Hope this helps.
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