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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Advanced Objective-C Dynamic Typing

Joel Muro
Joel Muro
2,884 Points

objective c nsnumber literal

Assign an NSNumber literal with a value of '4' to the variable 'thing'.

this is my code what am i doing wrong? id thing = nil;

NSNumber *thing = @4;

id thing = nil;

1 Answer

Robert Baghai
Robert Baghai
5,492 Points

You so made your variable of type id named 'thing' and set the value to nil. all you have to do is reassign the value of 'thing' to the nsnumber literal. underneath id thing = nil; .... you should have... thing = @4;

you are not creating anything new, just merely reassigning the value of 'thing. Hope that helps