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iOS Object-Oriented Objective-C Memory, Arrays and Loops, Oh My! Review Dictionaries and Arrays

Create an NSArray called 'shoeOrder' and give the array the following four elements, in the following order: @"Charles

Create an NSArray called 'shoeOrder' and give the array the following four elements, in the following order: @"Charles Smith", @(9.5), @"loafer", @"brown". Be sure to use the literal syntax.

variable_assignment.mm
NSArray *shoeOrder= [[NSArray alloc]initWithObject: @"CharlesSmith", @"(9.5)" , @"loafer", @"brown",nil];
Martin Joubert
Martin Joubert
4,379 Points

Hi Srinivas,

Just read through the task carefully. You will notice that you need to add "Charles Smith" and (9.5) not "(9.5)" which will be a string value. Also use initWithObjects for the NSArray

NSArray *shoeOrder= [[NSArray alloc]initWithObjects: @"Charles Smith", @(9.5) , @"loafer", @"brown",nil];