RE: Urgent! I need some advice, and fast.

Hi Jess,
In my uneducated opinion, if they'll accept C#, then this list would give you a 
ton of help getting C# 2008 Express set up and going on a PC.

Jim

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[mailto:programmingblind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jess
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2010 3:31 PM
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Subject: Urgent! I need some advice, and fast.

Hi all,

I'm taking an intro to computer programming and logic class, and I've heard 
that Alice is accessible on the Mac platform with voiceover. However, my 
professor said that if it wasn't, I could use the developer tools on the Mac to 
do our assignments, which will strictly be in the c plus plus programming 
language. The professor would then test me on the process of writing the code, 
instead of the materials in the text book, since the book deals strictly with 
Alice. So, have any of you been successful at writing C plus plus code on the 
Mac?
If C plus plus programs can't be written on the Mac? IS Alice accessible with 
Jaws on the pc at all? What about visual studio? Is that accessible with Jaws?
Jes

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