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About Objective-C Essentials

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The Objective-C 2.0 Essentials online book contains 34 chapters of detailed information intended to provide everything necessary to gain proficiency as an Objective-C programmer for both Mac OS X and iPhone development.


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Table of Contents

  1. About Objective-C Essentials
  2. The History of Objective-C
  3. Installing Xcode and Compiling Objective-C on Mac OS X
  4. Installing and using GNUstep and Objective-C on Windows
  5. Installing and Using GNUstep and Objective-C on Linux
  6. Building and Installing GNUstep on Linux
  7. Objective-C 2.0 Data Types
  8. Working with Variables and Constants in Objective-C
  9. Objective-C Operators and Expressions
  10. Objective-C 2.0 Operator Precedence
  11. Commenting Objective-C Code
  12. Objective-C Flow Control with if and else
  13. The Objective-C switch Statement
  14. Objective-C Looping - The for Statement
  15. Objective-C Looping with do and while Statements
  16. An Overview of Objective-C Object Oriented Programming
  17. Writing Objective-C Class Methods
  18. Objective-C - Data Encapsulation, Synthesized Accessors and Dot Notation
  19. Objective-C Inheritance
  20. Pointers and Indirection in Objective-C
  21. Objective-C Dynamic Binding and Typing with the id Type
  22. Objective-C Variable Scope and Storage Class
  23. An Overview of Objective-C Functions
  24. Objective-C Enumerators
  25. An Overview of the Objective-C Foundation Framework
  26. Working with String Objects in Objective-C
  27. Understanding Objective-C Number Objects
  28. Working with Objective-C Array Objects
  29. Objective-C Dictionary Objects
  30. Working with Directories in Objective-C
  31. Working with Files in Objective-C
  32. Constructing and Manipulating Paths with NSPathUtilities
  33. Copying Objects in Objective-C
  34. Using Objective-C Preprocessor Directives

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