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iOS Build a Playlist Browser with Objective-C Managing Playlist Data Class Initialization

Stepan Ulyanin
Stepan Ulyanin
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Is redeclaration of the global variables in .m necessary?

Could we, declaring the variables globally in the header file, just initialize them like: self.kTitle = @"title"; self.kIcon = @"icon"; etc. or _kTitle = @"title"; etc. without redeclaring them in .m?