694 results found for @private
How is @private implemented? How is @private implemented? In Objective-C, I'm curious how access controls for instance variables, like @private ,
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4352619/how-is-private-implemented
Marking instance variables @private Marking instance variables @private I've noticed that a lot of Apple's interfaces use @private before their
http://stackoverflow.com/question...marking-instance-variables-private
XCode 4 - @private XCode 4 - @private I don't know if it's some setting I accidentally ticked, but tell me how to fix it please: Whenever I create a
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6632664/xcode-4-private
what is @private ?and what its use? what is @private ?and what its use? i see in one of my project @private here is code.. @interface mapview :
http://stackoverflow.com/question...3/what-is-private-and-what-its-use
How Apple manage @private var and @properties? How Apple manage @private var and @properties? I take for example the UIButton interface. Here the
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-manage-private-var-and-properties
Can I remove the @private generated by Core Data? Can I remove the @private generated by Core Data? What is the @private for in the file generated by
http://stackoverflow.com/question...the-private-generated-by-core-data
Does a private @property create an @private instance variable? Does a private @property create an @private instance variable? I've read that
http://stackoverflow.com/question...reate-an-private-instance-variable
iPhone SDK @package vs. @private vs. @public and struct iPhone SDK @package vs. @private vs. @public and struct Hey I have a really simple question
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ge-vs-private-vs-public-and-struct
How to access @private instance variable using category in Objective-C? How to access @private instance variable using category in Objective-C? As it
http://stackoverflow.com/question...able-using-category-in-objective-c
There are 3 modifiers: @private, @protected (default) and @public. Being accustomed to do so in C++ and other more sane languages, I always use @private
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ility-access-modifier-in-your-code