I am a little confused on the statement made on page 72 and wondered if anyone would be able to provide a code sample as an example:
The book says: “Finally, you don’t even need an instance variable at all. When you synthesize a property, the compiler looks for an instance variable of the same name and if it finds one, it uses that instance variable, If a matching instance variable is not found, one is automatically created for you.”
I am a little bit confused on what exactly that means. Can anyone provide a code sample showing this?