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Swapnil Kapse1,162 Points
Assign an NSNumber literal with a value of '4' to the variable 'thing'. How to solve this?
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Assign an NSNumber literal with a value of '4' to the variable 'thing'. Even though, sentence is written as 'NSNumber *thing = @4;' I am getting error as in earlier challenge's answer is 'id thing = 4;'
Hence, thing is getting defined twice. Please suggest
Michael Hulet47,843 Points
I haven't looked at the challenge, but from what I've read here, it sounds like all you'd need to do is reassign the
thing variable to an
NSNumber literal of
4, like this:
thing = @4;
NSNumber (literal) example:
NSNumber *numberEight = @8;