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Programming in Objective-C 2.0, 2E
Programming in Objective-C 2.0, 2nd Ed., by Stephen P. Kochan (January 2009). Discusses programming in Objective-C, classes, objects, methods, data types, expressions, program looping, making decisions, inheritance, polymorphism, dynamic typing, dynamic binding, variables and data types, categories and protocols, the preprocessor, underlying C language features, the foundation framework, numbers, strings, collections, working with files, memory management, copying objects, archiving, introduction to Cocoa and writing iPhone applications.
Learn Objective-C on the Mac
Learn Objective-C on the Mac, by Mark Dalrymple and Scott Knaster (January 2009). Discusses extensions to C, introduction to object-oriented programming (OOP), inheritance, composition, source file organization, Xcode, a tour of the foundation kit, memory management, object initialization, properties, categories, protocols, introduction to the AppKit, file loading and saving, key-value coding, and NSPredicate. The appendix covers coming to Object-C from other languages.
Programming Objective-C 2.0
Programming Objective-C 2.0: An Introduction to the Language of the iPhone and Mac OS X, by Robert Clair (June 2009). Discusses Objective-C, the basics of the language and object-oriented programming, data types, program flow, messaging and objects, new things added to the language in Objective-C 2.0 such as fast enumeration, properties and garbage collection.
Objective-C Applications for the iPhone,
iPhone Open Application Development: Write Native Objective-C Applications for the iPhone, by Jonathan Zdziarski (March 2008). Discusses breaking into and setting up the iPhone, getting started with applications, introduction to the UlKit, event handling and graphics services, advanced graphics programming with Core Surface and Layer Kit, making noise and advances UlKit design.
Object-C Pocket Reference
Object-C Pocket Reference, by Andrew Duncan (December 2002). Discusses what Objective-C is, elements of the language, compiler and preprocessor directives, remote messaging, object lifecycle, runtime errors, runtime environment, root classes, forwarding messages, archiving objects, key-value coding, optimizing method calls and Object-C resources.

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Update :: October 18, 2018