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In any programming language, you can choose arbitrary names for your functions and parameters. For example, you could create a

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When you create a macOS Cocoa Application project, you project starts out with a Window Controller and a View Controller.

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When working with storyboards in a macOS project, you may want to change the background color of a scene (view).

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Chances are good you’ll need to manipulate numbers. However, when you want to display those numbers as a text string

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A menu bar app is a macOS program that does not display its icon on the Dock when running or

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If you look in the upper right corner on the menu bar of any Macintosh, you’ll see plenty of icons

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At one time, the only way to create user interfaces for macOS or iOS programs was to use .xib files.

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If you’re creating a macOS program using storyboards, you may need to know the size of a window. To get

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If you’re creating a macOS program and need to identify the screen resolution of a Macintosh, you can get the

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Swift contains four built-in founding functions: round – Rounds up from 0.5 and higher and rounds down from 0.49 and

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