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iOS

How do you create a minute timer in Swift?

How do you create a timer in Swift that will change a buttons state?

To explain further, I have two buttons on my view controller labeled myCircle and myCircle2. I would like myCircle2 (when pressed) to set myCircle to a 10 minute timer and cannot be clicked again until the timer is complete. I've had a few failed attempts at this and would really appreciate some help! :)

1 Answer

Feel free to discard this as I've since figured it out. I appreciate the quick response.