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iOS

Code Challenge - Formatting Dates with NSDateFormatter

I'm having this problem in Code Challenge - Formatting Dates with NSDateFormatter.

How do I get 10 days in advance using NSDate object? I've tried to use dateByAddingTimeInterval: but still to no avail. Here's the error snapshot

I really appreciate for the help!

4 Answers

Which line is causing the compile error? I'm pretty experienced with Objective-C and I'd be happy to help you via screen sharing on Screenhero, feel free to add me:

http://join.screenhero.com/jcodehelp@gmail.com

Hey! I've downloaded ScreenHero. Are you available now on ScreenHero? And I've added you already.

Hey, it looks like we solved the problem! For all others that are stuck on this, dateByAddingTimeInterval is an instance method, and so you have to call it on an instance variable, not on the class.

I really appreciate it :)

Great to have a pro here in the forums. Welcome J Sherwani!

Brett Kim
Brett Kim
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Also, J Sherwani , there's also NSDate *futureDate = [NSDate dateWithTimeIntervalSinceNow:secondsPerDay*10]; which works too. It's just a Treehouse compiler error (no spaces allowed)