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  The Objective-C Language
Subject:   Definitions of Interface/Implementation, it is in error to say ObjC defines these in seperate files.
Date:   2001-07-04 19:45:55
From:   bigboytoddy
Response to: Definitions of Interface/Implementation, it is in error to say ObjC defines these in seperate files.

"Every class implementation must import its own interface file."


This statement is just flat out wrong. You don't have to have them in seperate files. Every class implementation must have a cooresponding class interface, prior to the definition of the methods.
Again, they may be contained in the same file. I'll stop now, before I have to repeat myself again ;'P Read previous jibberish by me to see details on this issue.


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