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Rodrigo Chousal16,009 Points
Hi Zacchary! Try this:
// First you need to initialise an id variable called thing to nil. id thing = nil; // Next, the challenge asks you to initialise thing to an NSNumber 4 using literals (remember literals are declared using the @). thing = @4; // Finally, the challenge asks you to print the result, looking like "thing = 4". NSLog (@"thing = %@", thing);
Hope this helps!
Thank you Rodrigo for answering so fast ! ;)