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3. Building a model
You are going to create the model for the Ohm's Law example used in Building your first interface. If you have not completed that part of the tutorial, it is suggested that you look at 2.2 accessing model variables with objects, which briefly describes this model.
This part consists of the following four steps:
How to start the Model Wizard and how to structure your model files.
How to register model properties so that they can be accessed by the Interface Builder and displayed on an interface.
How register additional actions and define the methods to perform these actions.
How to add the final code to the model, compile it, and import the model into the Interface Builder.