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[Xcode] Choosing which methods to implement

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hey,
Is there a way in Xcode to select which methods to implement in case I have a class that is adopting a protocol?
It is silly to have to type long methods names by hand.
Thanks.
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John Todd wrote:Hey,
Is there a way in Xcode to select which methods to implement in case I have a class that is adopting a protocol?
It is silly to have to type long methods names by hand.
Thanks.


No unfortunately, like Java IDEs, they do not have such features. I can say that XCode4 is getting closer adding some features we have been using in Java IDEs for the past few years or so.

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