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Stream Programming Guide for Cocoa

By Online Programming

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Book Id: WPLBN0003842393
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Reproduction Date: 2015

Title: Stream Programming Guide for Cocoa  
Author: Online Programming
Language: English
Subject: Programming, Iphone Programming, Programming
Collections: Online Programming Books
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Publisher: Apple Inc.


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Programming, O. (2014). Stream Programming Guide for Cocoa. Retrieved from

Description: A stream is a fundamental abstraction in programming: a sequence of bits transmitted serially from one point to another point. Cocoa provides three classes to represent streams and facilitate their use in your programs: NSStream, NSInputStream, and NSOutputStream. With the instances of these classes you can read data from, and write data to, files and application memory.You can also use these objects in socket-based connections to exchange data with remote hosts. You can also subclass the stream classes to obtain specialized stream behavior.

Table of Contents
TOC : Introduction to Stream Programming Guide for Cocoa - Cocoa Streams - Reading From Input Streams - Writing To Output Streams - Writing To Output Streams - Polling Versus Run-Loop Scheduling - Handling Stream Errors - Setting Up Socket Streams.


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