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iOS Swift Collections and Control Flow Introduction to Collections Reading and Modifying an Array

Jack Balthasar
Jack Balthasar
573 Points

How do I make the result bar appear on the right for swift like he is for the examples?

This has been happening sense I have started.

The section might have been minimized. You should be able to see a thin gray bar on the right section of the code window, Click and drag it to left. you should be able to see the results. Gray Bar

Click and Drag

Open View Pane

Jack, Could you please share the screenshot of your xcode? and if possible share the version of Xcode too.


2 Answers

David Rosillo
David Rosillo
4,612 Points

Hi, you can go to preferences (cmd + ,), then on the Text Editing tab check: "Code coverage: Show iteration counts", after that you can drag the right bar to expand it.

Hope this works.

My Code iterations are on yet I still can not get the code to show like the instructor has it showing even with the right bar displayed. When the right bar is displayed I instead see a section that says Identity and Type with a second section that says Playground settings but only lets you choose iOS, MacOs, and TvOs along with a check box that says render documentation.