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I've declared the property 'ruby" in Ruby.h and in Bling.h I've added the @class Ruby and wrote '@property (nonatomic)Ruby *ruby;' but its asking me not to forget @end.
@interface Gem : NSObject @end
@interface Ruby : Gem @property (nonatomic)ruby; @end
@interface Bling : NSObject @class Ruby; @property (nonatomic, strong)Ruby *ruby; @end
Chris Shaw26,650 Points
You're almost there, in your
Ruby class you don't need to declare a property called
ruby therefore you can drop that and in your
Bling class you have this random declaration
@class Ruby; which doesn't need to be there either.
@interface Ruby : Gem @end
@interface Bling : NSObject @property (nonatomic, strong) Ruby *ruby; @end