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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Foundation Framework NSArray

Challenge task 1 of 2Declare an NSArray variable named "drinks" and initialize it with three strings: "juice", "water"

NSArray *drinks = [[NSArray init]initWithObjects:@"juice",@"water",@"coffee",nil];

2 Answers

robert cioffi
robert cioffi
3,466 Points

what is your question? I believe you made one mistake in the code above, switch "init" for "alloc" in [[NSArray xxx]....

4,423 Points

Try this :

NSArray *drinks = [[NSArray alloc] initWithObjects:@"juice",@"water",@"coffee",nil];