5) Digit Buttons
4) synthesize display
3) property display
2) Storyboard Label
Click the Utilities View and in the Object Library under Controls, find Label; point, press, drag and release the icon into the view of the Storyboard.
Grab & drag the lower-right handle to resize the field, and resize the font in the Attributes Inspector; change the text to the number zero. Change the background color of the storyboard view. Then click Run to see what it looks like in the iPhone Simulator:
1) Single View Application
The file in Recents is actually the project we are about to create.
Click Next, save project in your developer folder, click Create.
Navigator is on left. Click MainStoryboard.storyboard. Hide the next column.
Hide the Navigator View. Click the Assistant Editor button. You will see the CalculatorViewController.h file:
// NOT DEAD YET
I’ve completed a course in Objective-C and iOS, and have fallen-in-like with Xcode.
Tomorrow is NSCoder Night at Orchard Valley Coffee.
Have lots of questions.
Computer:~ GG5$ cd /volumes
Computer:volumes GG5$ lsl
drwxrwxrwt@ 6 root admin 204 Dec 19 07:24 ./
drwxrwxr-t 48 root admin 1700 Dec 5 22:17 ../
d--x--x--x+ 3 root admin 102 Dec 14 23:09 Gigabyte/
drwxr-xrwx 25 GG5 GG5 918 May 10 2012 Gigabyte 1/
lrwxr-xr-x 1 root admin 1 Dec 19 06:47 Lemon@ -> /
Computer:volumes GG5$ umount gigabyte
umount: gigabyte: not currently mounted
Computer:volumes GG5$ mount gigabyte
mount: gigabyte: unknown special file or file system.
This is a *ghost drive* generated by unknow forces in Mac OS X. Because the real volume has been renamed (a suffix was added) access to it by automated programs is prevented. The solution is to delete the ghost drive.
Where’d the name come from?
Jef Raskin wrote The Book of Macintosh, envisioning a simple, personal appliance for $1000 that a random family, as likely as not, would own.