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iOS Build an Interactive Story App with Swift Creating the User Interface Programmatically Continuing Our Story

Alex Busu
Alex Busu
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How to make it work in XCode 9.1 with Swift 4

When attempting to addTarget to our first choice button there's an error that pops up around the # selector

'#selector' refers to a method that is not exposed to Objective-C

To fix this we need to add @objc in front of our function declarations.

e.g. @objc func loadFirstChoice() { ....

Can I ask what this is and why it works? I have read that @objc was implicitly assigned until swift 4. Why and what how does it affect us?

4 Answers

i just clicked "Fix" and it worked.

I Have the same problem!

swift 4 click fix it works