[Solved] Generating a list of Strings in Obj C [closed]

I cannot possibly imagine how yielding the string image5image4image3image2image1.jpg in string3 in your “answer” to your own question could be construed as useful or a solution (I pasted your code into an Xcode Foundation tool project w/NUMIMAGES set to 5). It seems that Objective C jumps thru hoops to make seemingly simple tasks extremely difficult. … Read more

[Solved] Access Data Variable from one class in another class

In SecondViewController.h @property (nonatomic, copy) NSString *textblah; In FirstViewController.m #import “SecondViewController.h” // where you want to store value SecondCiewController *secondViewController = [[SecondViewController alloc] init]; secondViewController.textblah = stringToStore; // and [self.navigationController push:secondViewController animated:YES]; // You can log the set value with to check whether it was successful or not. NSLog(@”textblah: %@”, textblah); For complete understanding of … Read more

[Solved] Run xcode ios project on Android

I’ve never used any system to migrate apps between platforms. I code them natively if needed, adjusting UI/UX as expected between platforms. Having said this, for what I’ve heard in a conference where some guys from Apportable explained. They are slowly building up their system. But, as you can imagine, it’s not that easy. On … Read more

[Solved] Objective-C “Star Wars” opening crawl [closed]

It is possible in Objective-C. Only because I’m nice We’ll start with a simple rotation and see what happens. If you build, you’ll see that we got a nice rotation but it doesn’t look realistic. We need to skew the perspective as well to get the real effect. UITextView *textView = [[UITextView alloc] initWithFrame:self.view.bounds]; [textView … Read more

[Solved] how to get server response and if server response is “Success” after show alert by JSON using objective c [closed]

Try This Don’t need to use JSON simply try this code to get response from server NSString *string= [[NSString alloc]initWithFormat:@”url”]; NSLog(@”%@”,string); NSURL *url = [NSURL URLWithString:string]; NSMutableURLRequest *request = [NSMutableURLRequest requestWithURL:url]; [request setHTTPMethod:@”POST”]; NSURLResponse *response; NSError *err; NSData *responseData = [NSURLConnection sendSynchronousRequest:request returningResponse:&response error:&err]; NSLog(@”responseData: %@”, responseData); NSString *str = [[NSString alloc] initWithData:responseData encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding]; NSLog(@”responseData: … Read more

[Solved] Objective-c: simple strings (beginner) [closed]

If all the displays are UILabel objects, then change this word = [NSString stringWithFormat:@”%@ %@ %@ %@ %@ %@ %@ %@ %@”, display1, display2, display3, display4, display5, display6, display7, display8, display9]; toword = [NSString stringWithFormat:@”%@ %@ %@ %@ %@ %@ %@ %@ %@”, display1.text, display2.text, display3.text, display4.text, display5.text, display6.text, display7.text, display8.text, display9.text]; solved Objective-c: simple … Read more

[Solved] How do I turn an int into a float? [closed]

NSNumber *yourNumber = [NSNumber numberWithInt: SliderMaximum]; float yourFloat = [yourNumber floatValue]; and you don’t need a pointer to int, it’s useless, computationally allocate a pointer and write inside address pointer to int is same as allocate a int and write int in it. 2 solved How do I turn an int into a float? [closed]

[Solved] Objective C: How to read from saved files? [closed]

Using NSURLs NSString *fileName = [NSString stringWithFormat:@”%f.mp4″,[[NSDate date] timeIntervalSince1970]]; NSFileManager *fileManager = [NSFileManager defaultManager]; NSURL *documentsDirectoryURL = NSURL *URLForDirectory = [[fileManager URLsForDirectory: NSDocumentDirectory inDomains:NSUserDomainMask] lastObject]; NSURL *fileURL = [NSURL URLWithString:fileName relativeToURL:URLForDirectory]; solved Objective C: How to read from saved files? [closed]

[Solved] Convert Notes to Hertz (iOS)

You can use a function based on this formula: The basic formula for the frequencies of the notes of the equal tempered scale is given by fn = f0 * (a)n where f0 = the frequency of one fixed note which must be defined. A common choice is setting the A above middle C (A4) … Read more