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iOS Build a Game with Sprite Kit Artificial Intelligence and Sound Adding Sound Effects

George Vardikos
George Vardikos
6,889 Points

Problem when declaring the property

When trying to declare the property inside the @interface className() {} (implementation file) I got an error: "a parameter list without types is only allowed in a function definition"

However, when I add it inside the header file there is no error.

I have not seen this series from the beginning, is there a video discussing this?


1 Answer

Enara L. Otaegi
Enara L. Otaegi
13,107 Points

If you put curly braces you don't need to declare the variables as properties, if you want a property try deleting curly braces and declaring the properties inside the interface declaration in your implementation file like this:

@interface className ()
@property (strong) NSString *aString;