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I''m programming in Windows, but I''m curious as how people program in Macs? In Windows, I do the main like this int WINAPI WinMain(...) But what about Mac? I doubt it looks like this int WINMAC MacMain(...). I''m just curious...
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I was also curious about Mac programming in the past... But then I thought: "What do I care, I don''t even have a mac".
If you really want to learn about programming for the Mac, goto Apple''s developer''s section. A lot more useful than the MSDN IMHO


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There is a difference between intel and motorla processors.
the intel processors (and their brothers) use either real or protected mode.. and the mac breed of cpu''s have a flat memory access system.

also I think the low/high byte order is reversed.

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quote:
Original post by GoofProg
also I think the low/high byte order is reversed.



Big-Endian vs Little Endian. Google for it.



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