Can someone break down a little bit of why you would declare a protocol in the header file vs in the class extension.
this article explains it, and I think i grasp this concept about 95%. I’m just having trouble coming up with another example on my own, which tells me I don’t exactly understand.
if i write a protocol called that has a method called -(void)walk
every class that implements this in the header file would need recompiled if i would change the code in -(void)walk or added another method -(void)stop ? is that a true statement?
if that is the truth and i decided to declare a class to adhere to this protocol in the class extension in the.m file instead i would NOT have to recompile any classes that use it as long as the methods are still there?