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Xcode Generate Functions from Headers?


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Hi everyone, I'm new to Objective-C and Xcode. I usually plan out my programs and create my header file first. Is there a way to generate a .m file from the header file I create?

For example, if I have 4 functions in Xcode, I'd like them to appear in my .m file empty and ready for code. It would also be nice if the .m file contained the synthesized properties already.

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No, Xcode will not create stub functions for what you define in the header file. It will create the .m file to accompany the .h and follow it's own template in creating the file.

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