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Cocoa Programming for OS X: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide by Aaron Hillegass, Adam Preble, Nate Chandler

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Connections and Bindings

Next comes a bunch of bindings. We will walk you through them step by step. Figure 13.14 is a diagram of the bindings that you are going to create between your views and the array controller.

Figure 13.14  Summary of bindings

Summary of bindings

Start by binding the table view’s Content binding to Cars’s arrangedObjects. This binding makes the array controller’s arranged objects be displayed in the table view. Leave the Model Key Path empty. Remember, Cars is the NSArrayController.

Next, bind the Selection Indexes to Cars’s selectionIndexes. This binding makes the user’s selection in the table view be reflected in the ...

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