iphone 2013
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Today Phil began by teaching the students the rigid way in which a computer 'thinks'. He did this by showing the students that a computer takes every command in a direct sequence and does only what it was told not what was implied. Gavin then taught the students about the xcode IDE and how to use the IDE effectively.

Rahul then taught the students about the basic data types such as int, float and double. He showed the students what each data type meant as well as what types of numbers each data type can hold.

Phil then took over the classroom one last time to tell the kids how to create a GUI using the xcode storyboard feature. This was in preparation for the start of the next day where the kids would be able to change the GUI project that they had already started on.