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iOS

Properties in objective-c

Hello fellow programmers,

I'm seeking help to make a simple application on the OS X. The app is in it's early stages and it will advance as I learn, right now I'm struggling with making my own class which is a "User" class it holds NSString *username & NSString*password.

I have been trying to write some code to create a new user every time an action in the interface occurs, the code itself is my issue.

Let's say my code is like this :

@interface User : NSObject {
    NSString *username;
    NSString *password;
}

@property (strong,readwrite) NSString *username;
@property (strong,readwrite) NSString *password;

Now my implementation file just synthesizes both properties. How can I make use of those properties?

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