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    First off, I program in various languages from Java to C++, several. Anywho, I've some great ideas for apps that I would like to make.
    Can anyone push me the direction I should go to start programming palm applications for a T650?

    Tutorials? Suggested books? Developing tools?
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    Well, if you can code in C++, you can code in C, right?? I'm pretty sure that most, if not all, Palm apps are written in C. I'm not 100% positive, but I've heard it mentioned once or twice.

    Go to Palm's site and they have a developer's section that will help you get started. I hear it's free to register. Report back and tell me how it works out for ya...I'm not a developer by any means but I do plan on writing a little code in the near future.
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    Hi ,

    Well, if you can code in C++, you can code in C, right?? I'm pretty sure that most, if not all, Palm apps are written in C. I'm not 100% positive, but I've heard it mentioned once or twice.
    No. there is a bunch of different languages for PalmOS.See the following page from the PalmSource web site. It list all available tools:

    http://www.palmos.com/dev/tools/

    Of course, I recommend HB++
    http://www.handheld-basic.com

    Check our forums for specific Treo samples like sending and receiving SMS, radio control, and so on, ....

    What HB++ users said about HB++:
    http://discuss.treocentral.com/showthread.php?t=87041

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    So it looks like I was only 2% positive. Seems like HB++ has a pretty good reputation and following....

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