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Shaun Johnson
Shaun Johnson
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Adding row to *bottom* of TableView

Disclaimer: relatively new to iOS.

I have a TableView with an add row capability.

My code:

NSIndexPath *indexPath = [NSIndexPath indexPathForRow: 0 inSection: 0];
[self.tableView insertRowsAtIndexPaths:@[indexPath] withRowAnimation: UITableViewRowAnimationBottom];

I would like the indexPathForRow to be such that the new element is inserted at the bottom, not the top.



1 Answer

I think it might be easier to add the value to the array which your table uses for data. Add to the array and reload the table or cells. It will show up at the bottom because your value value was added to the last position in the array and your cellForRow index will take care of the rest.