This was a bit odd for me but I just got the answer I wanted.
When you create a class you create a .h (where applicable) and a .m. The .h is your interface. No sweat…seen these before. Hrmm…what does the “m” stand for though?
.m = implementation file
That makes sense. I mean I knew it was the @implementation code but I didn’t know what the “m” in the filename stood for.
Nothing mind-blowing…just blogging a note. 😉