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iOS Build a Simple iPhone App (iOS7) Refactoring into a Model Creating a Custom Class

How about giving the correct answer?

I've written the answer as an exact replica of the lesson, so I'm sure that it's correct. Yet, I'm still getting an irritating Bummer! reply. If it's wrong or your system thinks it's wrong, then please provide the correct answer so we can check our code and see where we {or you} had mistakes.

2 Answers

Thomas Nilsen
Thomas Nilsen
14,957 Points

Challange 2 should look something like this:

- (NSArray *)quotes
    if (_quotes == nil){
        _quotes = [[NSArray alloc] initWithObjects:@"test", @"test2", @"test3", nil];
    return _quotes;

Thomas, thank you very much... Apparently, I've returned not a pointer in the method as:

  • (NSArray) quotes { } That's why I got that nasty Bummer! :)

Thanks again...