The next step is to get the string to appear in our view. At the end of the chapter, your application will look like Figure 17.1. The character being displayed will change as you type.
Figure 17.1. Completed Application
Overall, the class
NSFont has basically only two types of methods:
Class methods for getting the font you want
Methods for getting metrics on the font, such as letter height
+ (NSFont *)fontWithName:(NSString *)fontName size:(float)fontSize
This method returns a font object.
fontName is a family-face name, such as “HelveticaBoldOblique” or “Times-Roman.” ...