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Keith Shadle1,290 Points
What is answer to below?:
Finally, we have a class named 'Bling' which needs to have a property called 'ruby'. Switch over to 'Bling.h' and add a property named 'ruby' that belongs to the class 'Ruby'.
Thanks. Kinda frustrated.
Holger Liesegang50,595 Points
you might want to add a property like that:
@property(nonatomic, strong) ClassnameOfProperty *PropertyName;
Kind Regards Holger