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iOS

Capitalize names in string

How can I capitalise the first letter of names in a string? What is the best way to do this?

2 Answers

Kit Pierce
Kit Pierce
2,721 Points

Have you by chance looked at the documentation for NSString?

There's a specific method for changing case. Hope this link works. If not, you can just do a search on the page for "cap"

Yes I am able to change something to upper case but I was wondering if there was a way to look for names or cities rather than typing them all out? Thanks

Kit Pierce
Kit Pierce
2,721 Points

Nothing I'm aware off the top of my head without comparing to an existing array. I don't know if a pre-built list of city names exist, but I imagine that there are those sorts of lists to be found.

iOS autocomplete catches many city (and proper nouns in general) names automatically.

Okay. Ill take a look. Thanks