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richard barnes
richard barnes
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A swift problem: randomising linked arrays?

Hi, I've been trying to figures this out for a couple of weeks but still no luck I can't work out whether or not I should be trying to work with multidimensional arrays, dictionaries or something I haven't learnt about yet. Essentially what I'm trying to do is to have a random string to appear in a table view label and then have it randomise a second string dependent on the first. I'd like that displayed it in a second label in the same table view cell.

for example:

cake: one, two, three four; sandwich: five, six, seven; chocolate: eight, nine ten;

So when I press a button the first "lead" item is randomised and then it's associated array is randomised.

so it could say: Sandwich in one label and six in the second.

Any advice is greatly appreciated.