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Printing the String value using NSLog function

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In this section you will learn how you can print the value of NSString using the NSLog function.

In this section you will learn how you can print the value of NSString using the NSLog function.

In the following code example we will show you how you can easily output the value of NSString variable using the NSLog function.

//
//  printString.h
//  DataTypes
//
//

#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>  

@interface printString : NSObject

{

    NSString *string;   

}

-(void) print; 

@end

and the code of implementation class is as follows:

//
//  printString.m
//  DataTypes
//
//

#import "printString.h"

@implementation printString

-(void) print

{

    string= @"Welcome in Programming";

    NSLog(@"process Name: %@ Process ID: %d",string);

}

@end

 

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