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This manual documents how to install and use the GNU Objective-C Class Library (or `libobjects'), version , for use with `gcc' version .
It is nothing but a skeleton now, mostly containing rough notes. In the future it will be fleshed out and the text will be polished.
Copying GNU Library Public License says how you can copy and share libobjects. Contributors to GNU Objective-C Collection library People who have contributed to libobjects. 1. Installing GNU Objective-C Class Library How to configure, compile and install libobjects. 2. Trouble in Installation If you have trouble installing libobjects.
3. Overview libobjects in brief. 4. Organization The heirarchy of protocols and classes. 5. Stylistic Conventions and Design Philosophy Stylistic conventions and design philosophy. 6. Content types Collections can contain C types as well as objects.
7. Creating a Collection Creating a collection. 8. Freeing a Collection or its Elements Freeing a collection or its elements. 9. Adding Elements to a Collection Adding elements to a collection. 10. Removing Elements from a Collection Removing elements from a collection. 11. Replacing Elements in a Collection Replacing elements in a collection. 12. Enumerating the Contents of a Collection Performing an operation with all elements. 13. Duplicating Making a copy of a collection. 14. Archiving Writing (and reading) a collection to (from) a file. 15. Querying Asking questions about a collection and its contents. 16. Sorting Sorting the contents of a collection.
17. Choosing the Right Class Choosing the class with the features you need.
18. To Do List and Questions To do list and questions for users.
Protocol Index Class Index Method, Function and Macro Index Concept Index
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