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We're working on a simple app that lets a user guess a number that the app picks. To start, add an IBOutlet in the header file for a UITextField. The IBOutlet variable should be named 'numberField' and should be 'nonatomic' and 'strong'.
@interface NumberGuesserViewController : UIViewController
Stone Preston42,016 Points
adding an IBOutlet usually looks something like this:
@property (attribute, attribute) IBOutlet Classname *outletName;
the question says the property should have the attributes
strong, should be of the class
UITextField, and be named