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  The Objective-C Language
Subject:   Returned Data types of methods
Date:   2001-07-04 19:49:13
From:   bigboytoddy
Response to: Definitions of Interface/Implementation, it is in error to say ObjC defines these in seperate files.

In fact, I believe that the id reference is always 'self', unless it is explicitely changed, say as returning a substitute class or even having it poseAs?, so if this true (I'm having a brain fart right now) it would conclude that in class methods '+' that would be indeed the class itself, and in instance methods '-', self would be the instance of course. I stand corrected if I'm wrong, wouldn't that explain it clearer? LOL


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    2001-07-04 20:00:55  bigboytoddy [View]

    • Calling [super init] within your own initXXX methods
      2001-07-04 20:13:20  bigboytoddy [View]

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