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Mark Summerfield. Mastering Go Web Services. For infor-mation regarding permissions, write to:. First printing February About the AuthorDavid Chisnall is a freelance writer and consultant. He is an active contributorto GNUstep and is the original author andmaintainer of the GNUstep Objective-C 2runtime library and the associated compilersupport in the Clang compiler. After completing his PhD, David hid in academiafor a while, studying the history of programminglanguages. He finally escaped when he realizedthat there were places off campus with anequally good view of the sea and withoutthe requirement to complete quite so muchpaperwork.
He convincedme that Objective-C and Cocoa were notjust for Macs and that they were both worthlearning. He was completely right: Objective-C is a wonderfully elegant language, and theaccompanying frameworks make developmentincredibly easy. The next person to thank is Fred Kiefer. He did an incrediblythorough read: pedantic technical review ofthis book, finding several places where thingswere not explained as well as they could havebeen.
If you enjoy reading this book, then Freddeserves a lot of the credit. Finally, I need to thank everyone else who wasinvolved in bringing this book from my texteditor to your hands, especially Mark Taber whooriginally proposed the idea to me. We Want to Hear from YouAs the reader of this book, you are our mostimportant critic and commentator.
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I will carefully reviewyour comments and share them with the authorand editors who worked on the book. E-mail: mark. Reader ServicesVisit our website and register this book atinformit. IntroductionBlaise Pascal once wrote, I didnt have timeto write a short letter, so I wrote a long oneinstead.
This phrasebook, at under small pages, is the shortest book Ive written, andtrying to fit everything that I wanted to say intoa volume this short was a challenge. A phrasebook fora natural language is a list of short idioms thatcan be used by people who find themselves inneed of a quick sentence or two. A phrasebookfor a programming language should fulfil asimilar rle. This book is not a language reference. This is not a detailed tutorial; unlikemy other Objective-C book, Cocoa ProgrammingDevelopers Handbook, you wont find completeprograms as code examples.
Instead, youll findvery short examples of Objective-C idioms,which hopefully you can employ in a wide rangeof places. One of the most frustrating things in life isfinding that code examples in a book dontactually work. There are two sorts of codelistings in this book. Code on a white backgroundis intended to illustrate a simple point. Thiscode may depend on some implied context and.
The majority of the code you will find in thisbook is on a gray background. At the bottom ofeach of these examples, you will find the nameof the file that the listing was taken from.