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iOS Build a Weather App with Swift Simple Data Structures Loading Files From A Directory

Cody Adkins
Cody Adkins
7,260 Points

Not sure what I am doing wrong here...

Can someone help clarify my mistakes?:)

plist.swift
import Foundation

// Add your code below

if let plist = NSBundle.mainBundle(),pathForResource("CrazyInformation", ofType: "pist") {
let crazyDictionary = NSDictionary(contentsOfFile: plistPath) 
}

1 Answer

Angel Caro
Angel Caro
11,831 Points

Your ofType says "pist" instead of "plist" i would check that first, sometimes all it takes is a typo and code won't work. Let me know if that doesn't work.