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iOS Build a Self-Destructing Message iPhone App Designing and Starting the App A Storyboard with a Tab Bar Controller

Neil Shweky
Neil Shweky
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I can't figure out this code challenge!

The tabs are stored in an array named tabBarItems (line 9). Declare a UITabBarItem variable named tab and set it from tabBarItems. Use the selectedIndex we just set as the index for the tab you get from the tabBarItems array.

1 Answer

Hi Neil, I think this should do it.

UITabBarItem *tab = tabBarItems[self.tabBarController.selectedIndex];