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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Pointers and Memory Array Size and Length

UNI SUN
UNI SUN
376 Points

This is ridiculous. Said to change the text in task 3, then that makes task 2 (already completed) throw an error. WHAT?!

This is ridiculous.

Hugo Paz
Hugo Paz
15,621 Points

Hi UNI,

Can you please post the code you tried so we can have a look?

2 Answers

Hi Uni,

It sounds like you recycled the printf statement from task 2 to complete task 3.

Normally you want to keep all previous code in place.

Ryan Cocuzzo
Ryan Cocuzzo
1,206 Points

Hey Uni, from my understanding you are having a problem regarding editing the text property of your code?

make sure you are editing the text property properly using:

self.variableName.text