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The GNUstep base library (aka gnustep-base) contains a powerful set of non-graphical [[Objective-C]] classes that can readily be used in your programs. At present there are approximately 70 different classes available, including classes to handle [[NSString|strings]] and [[NSArray|arrays]], [[NSDate|dates]] and times, [[NSConnection|distributed objects]], [[NSURL|URLs]] and [[NSFileManager|file systems]] to name but a few. The GNUstep base library (aka gnustep-base) contains a powerful set of non-graphical [[Objective-C]] classes that can readily be used in your programs. At present there are approximately 70 different classes available, including classes to handle [[NSString|strings]] and [[NSArray|arrays]], [[NSDate|dates]] and times, [[NSConnection|distributed objects]], [[NSURL|URLs]] and [[NSFileManager|file systems]] to name but a few.

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The GNUstep base library (aka gnustep-base) contains a powerful set of non-graphical Objective-C classes that can readily be used in your programs. At present there are approximately 70 different classes available, including classes to handle strings and arrays, dates and times, distributed objects, URLs and file systems to name but a few.

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