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iOS

Code challenge iOS animation (How do I name an Array correctly?)

I do not understand how to name my NSArray robotImages. I have watched the videos and tried ecerything. Please help me. Here is my code.

robotImages.imageView.animationImages = [[NSArray alloc] initWithObjects:[UIImage imageNamed:@"Robot1.png"],[UIImage imageNamed:@"Robot2.png"], [UIImage imageNamed:@"Robot3.png"], [UIImage imageNamed:@"Robot4.png"], nil];

3 Answers

Hi, just the standard way for naming an instance of an array.

NSArray *robotImages = [[NSArray alloc] initWithObjects........(everything else is correct)

Then you can set the array as the animationImages property in a seperate line, so

imageView.animationImages = robotImages;

Thanks. I just figured it out too. Definetly appreciate the help.

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