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17 Comments on "Objective C Programming Tutorial – 55 – Mutable Strings"

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pikachu sucks
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3 years 2 months ago

watching your tutorial is so fun…
thanks bucky brah

kld0093
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3 years 5 months ago

I have no memory of watching this.

Jared Wright
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Jared Wright
5 years 1 month ago

Not many have made it this far fellow programmers, First video: 286,161 views, and now only a measly 13,208. You are the last of a generation, the only ones who crossed the dangerous path of objective c. Now it's time to make some god damn apps!

William Meade
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William Meade
5 years 4 months ago

It's easier if you follow Apple's guides at developer.apple.com. They are far more wordy, and it's taken about 3 times of reading through, following their/bucky's tuturials before I actually understand it.

It's complicated at first because it's different from many other languages, but once you understand it, it's awesome 🙂

INeedAName101
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INeedAName101
5 years 8 months ago

i missed IT in school, but this gave me my happiness back 😀

Wigger Tolsma
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Wigger Tolsma
6 years 18 days ago

i thought like o I'm bored ima learn objective c but now it seems harder then school…..

kld0093
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kld0093
6 years 1 month ago

Thank you

TexasRable
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TexasRable
6 years 1 month ago

i wonder if i'll be able to start app development today….hmm maybe

Myron Johnson
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Myron Johnson
6 years 2 months ago

@truthsmiles Look at the video before this. Since dog and mute are Objects, you can't just assign them to each using mute = dog. If dog and mute were variables then that would work fine. To assign dog to mute, you need to call a method on the object mute. If you tried to assign those using mute = dog, you will get an error.

mark davis criostomo
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mark davis criostomo
6 years 3 months ago

me too 😀

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