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Object C iPhone what does @synthesize mean

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In object c and specifically programming for the iphone was does the @synthesize do in the code and/or what does it mean?
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Objective C is language by which you can develop iphone application with help of Cocoa Libraries for UI.
The @synthesize directive automatically generates the setter and getter for your Property.

For Example:
".h"
@property (nonatomic, retain) NSButton *someButton;

".m"
@synthesize someButton;
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