Reading and Writing Text Files in iPhone OS 3.0

Matthew Campbell, February 18th

Reading and writing text files are one of the most basic things you need to do in iPhone development. In iPhone OS 3.0 things have changed a little bit here and there with some methods being deprecated.

I just wrote two example methods that you can use to see how you can turn a NSString into a text file and reverse the process.

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