Synonyms for myclass or Related words with myclass

classname              arraylist              myobject              gettype              typename              baseclass              methodname              methodinfo              nsstring              args              propertiespublic              constructorspublic              getname              newname              nsobject              testclass              helloworld              theclass              linkedlist              ienumerator              mymethod              instanceof              getenumerator              ienumerable              methodspublic              valuetype              setname              applicationname              getid              classa              xmlattribute              propertyname              classc              lpctstr              inputeventargs              objectpublic              xmlnode              intptr              templateclass              globaltype              cstring              newinstance              objecttype              initializers              someclass              schemaname              objectname              idictionary              sampleclass              getsource             

Examples of "myclass"
var strongReference: MyClass // Strong reference, cannot be nil
weak var weakReference: MyClass? // Weak reference, can be nil
unowned var unownedReference: MyClass // Weak reference, cannot be nil
Selectors may be combined in many ways to achieve great specificity and flexibility. Multiple selectors may be joined in a spaced list to specify elements by location, element type, id, class, or any combination thereof. The order of the selectors is important. For example, applies to all elements of class myClass that are inside div elements, whereas applies to all div elements that are in elements of class myClass.
will specify the box dimensions of each block belonging to 'myClass'. Moreover, each such box will have total height 160px and width 260px, which is the sum of the content, padding, border and margin.
In Objective-C, classes and protocols can be forward-declared if you only need to use them as part of an object pointer type, e.g. MyClass * or id. This is especially useful inside class definitions, e.g. if a class contains a member that is a pointer to another class; to avoid circular references (i.e. that class might also contain a member that is a pointer to this class), we simply forward-declare the classes instead.