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The graph is now a 3D model. Adding and removing points works as before.
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By definition, an MDI application permits multiple windows to be displayed. Each child window may be the same or different, and each may display different information about one or more objects. It would be nice if the menu items for the application could be customized depending on which child window is displayed. Exactly how to do this is the subject of this section. As an example, consider a car-buying application that permits users to search for, display, and purchase used cars. As an MDI application, this might display a photograph of the car in one window, standard features and warranty information in another window, and optional packages and pricing information in a third window. Clearly the set of menus and the contents of each menu should differ depending on which style window is currently active. For instance, menus for the photograph window might permit different colors to be viewed or different parts of the vehicle to be shown. These concepts make no sense for the other windows, and should not be accessible when these windows are active. While our application is not quite so ambitious, we do have the problem of our File menu, since both the ParentForm and the MainForm class contain this item. Once we make the two File menus merge, we also have to deal with the contents of these menus, to ensure the items appear in an appropriate order. The Menu class provides a MergeMenu method for merging two menus together. This method accepts a Menu object and merges it with the calling Menu object. The MenuItem class provides additional overrides of this method to merge MenuItem objects and to copy a menu item so that it may be merged with other menus. This latter method has the advantage of not affecting the existing MenuItem object. In MDI applications, an MDI container form automatically merges the menu for the active child form with the MainMenu object stored in its Menu property. The Form.MergedMenu property contains the result of this merge, and can be used to access or modify the merged menu directly. The Form.Menu property always contains the original menu assigned to the form. Since this merging occurs automatically for MDI applications, this section will focus on how menus are merged together, and make the appropriate changes in our MDI application to merge the two File menus together. First we will discuss the various ways to merge two menus, followed by the mechanism for establishing the order of merged menu items.
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You might have expected me to explain the syntax for instantiating objects much earlier in this chapter, instead of making you wade through instance variables, explanations about the self variable, and class methods. The reason I didn t is simple: there is no syntax for instantiating objects. True to its minimalist philosopy, Objective-C lets the class designer decide how objects are created and initialized. In the Cocoa framework, that s through a combination of a factory class method and some conventions for writing initializer (constructor) methods.
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other direction, when an object is going to be saved to storage, Core Data takes the new value and passes it through the same transformer, however this time doing the transformation in the reverse direction. In this case, we re going to use a transformer called NSKeyedUnarchiveFromData, which knows how to produce an object of any kind, given an NSData object containing a keyarchived version of the object. That surely leaves you wondering what keyed archiving is. We won t go into it in detail here, but basically keyed archiving is a way of archiving or serializing all of an object s instance variables in a dictionary-like format, making it possible to reconstruct the object later. This technology is used in a variety of ways in Cocoa, and all of Cocoa s classes have this functionality built in. This means that you can take an NSImage, or an instance of any other Cocoa class, and stuff it into an NSData object using NSKeyedUnarchiveFromData s reverse transformation. And if you implement the NSCoding protocol in your own classes, saving and loading their instance variables in a keyed fashion, you can archive your own objects in the same way. Getting back to the depiction field, the idea is to write the name of the transformer class into the Value Transformer Name text field. As it turns out, keyed archiving is so widespread that in this situation, specifying a transformer for an attribute in Xcode s modeling tool, it s used as a default. If you just leave the field blank, the entity will be configured to use NSKeyedUnarchiveFromData to transform model attribute values to and from NSData for storage. You ve now defined the entire model for this chapter s MythBase application, so let s move on to creating the GUI.
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CHAPTER 4: Inheritance
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