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iOS Build a Blog Reader iPhone App Data Modeling Designated Initializers and Convenience Constructors

Shaun Kelly
Shaun Kelly
5,648 Points

Answer for question 4 on this quiz ?

Declare a method which is a convenience constructor for the class Song. The method calls a designated initializer named: initWithSinger: (NSString*) singer

@interface Song : NSObject

  • ( id ) initWithSinger: (NSString*) singer;
  • ( id ) : (NSString*) singer;

1 Answer

Caleb Kleveter
Caleb Kleveter
Treehouse Moderator 37,862 Points

Notice the "@interface Song : NSObject"; in the video previous to the quiz the @interface said BlogPost instead of Song and Amit wrote blogPostWithTitle, so the answer is songWithSinger. Hope that makes sense!