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Test: The directory structure and file types of iPhone application projects explained
Welcome to the Test: The directory structure and file types of iPhone application projects explained.
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This is a test on the article that discusses the directory structure and the files created in a sample first iPhone application. The file types discussed include .h, .m, .xib, and other common extensions that a programmer would directly deal with. File types like .pch, .xcodeproj, .plist, .framework that are indirectly (or less frequently) worked on by a programmer are also discussed.
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This article discusses the directory structure and the files created in a sample first iPhone application. The file types discussed include .h, .m, .xib, and other common extensions that a programmer would directly deal with. File types like .pch, .xcodeproj, .plist, .framework that are indirectly (or less frequently) worked on by a programmer are also discussed.
This is a test on the article that discusses the directory structure and the files created in a sample first iPhone application. The file types discussed include .h, .m, .xib, and other common extensions that a programmer would directly deal with. File types like .pch, .xcodeproj, .plist, .framework that are indirectly (or less frequently) worked on by a programmer are also discussed.

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