October 31st, 2011, 01:06 PM #1
What does it all mean?
I am just starting out trying to design iOS apps on XCode 4.2
I have used C before, but only at a basic(ish) level; basically I can look at some code and tell you what is going on with about 90% of it - but when it comes to writing it I am terrible.
But I haven't used Objective-C before, so even writing my "Hello World!" program is proving to be a little difficult.
Can anybody help me with what the following does within the code:
- @ (<< used before "Hello World!")
October 31st, 2011, 03:56 PM #2
This is a great outline and explains all the code snippets you've asked about:
It assumes a base-level knowledge of some kind of C or C++ language, which, in my opinion, is paramount to understanding Objective-C.
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