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2). Unlike the names of applications, most tool names are lowercase. 2.

In general, you will find entering code easier if you turn on syntax-aware indention. In Xcode's Preferences, select the Indentation pane. 20. 20. m. It contains the implementations of the methods. setIntValue(count); } In English, you would say, "increment is a public instance method that takes one argument that is an object. The method doesn't return anything. " In Objective-C, the analogous method would look like this: - (void)increment:(id)sender { count++; [textField setIntValue:count]; } Objective-C is a very simple language.

Instead of writing that book, this chapter assumes that you already know a little C and something about objects and introduces you to the basics of Objective-C. If you fit the profile, you will find learning Objective-C to be easy. If you do not, Apple's The Objective-C Language is a more gentle introduction. Creating and Using Instances Chapter 1 mentioned that classes are used to create objects, that the objects have methods, and that you can send messages to the objects to trigger these methods.

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