Defining a Class

One of the first topics to cover when learning to develop native iPhone applications is how to code in Objective-C. Apple offers the Objective C Reference , a good resource, however, the best way to learn is by writing code. I took to Xcode to write a few simple examples, you’ll find the code below. At the end of this post I also include a link to download the Xcode project I was working with.

There are two aspects to a class, the interface and the implementation, both of which I recommend you store in separate files (although this is not a requirement).
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