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on: July 02, 2011, 12:51:31 PM サ

1) The placement of the header and implementation files depends on what is selected in the naviagator when they are created. Although the program seems to run either way, is it standard or more beneficial for these files to be within the same folder as main.m or outside that folder at the same level as the folder?

2) At the beginning of Ch 7 you are instructed to type "into the file FractionTest.m. I gather this is from re-naming main.m. Is this re-naming of main a typical procedure?
edit: Number 2 above has been clarified in "Errata". FractionTest.m should read main.m.
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Reply #1 on: July 02, 2011, 03:41:58 PM サ

It is actually done by going to File/New/New File then choosing Objective-C class, which will end up creating a .h and .m file for the name given.

I'm sure Steve explains this in the book.

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Reply #2 on: July 04, 2011, 06:40:09 AM サ

Apologize ahead of time if this is a repost, but my original reply seems to not be appearing...

Anyways, it's actually not explained in the 2nd edition of the book.  I'm using that one, as well -- and it seems pretty clear that it's assumed FractionTest.m is already there, and is the file where main() is coded.

So, any help here would be appreciated.


EDIT: Noticed the chage in the Errata section about it -- thanks for the quick clarification!
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