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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Foundation Framework NSDictionary

David Woollard
David Woollard
1,256 Points

I think exercise 2 is incorrectly evaluated

When I create a mutable dictionary and initialize it using the method initWithDictionary, I get a error message saying that i should be sure to use the "dictionaryWithDictionary" method, which does not exist. I've confirmed in xCode.

2 Answers

I'm sorry, but you are wrong. The + (instancetype)dictionaryWithDictionary: method do in fact exist. It shows up in the documentation and autocompletes in Xcode. Are you sure you're typing in the correct thing?

David Woollard
David Woollard
1,256 Points

You're absolutely right. I think a typo was preventing autocomplete but I was able to search the documentation. Thanks for the correction.

No worries, glad to help!