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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Introduction to Objective-C Composition

Unexpected interface name 'Circle': expected expression

This doesn't work.

Button *roundButton = [[Button alloc] init];
roundButton.shape = Circle;

Wasn't shown in the video. I have no idea what to do.

3 Answers

Nicholas Lagerstedt
Nicholas Lagerstedt
1,433 Points

I'm having the same problem. I hope someone can help.

I found the answer:

Circle *circle = [[Circle alloc] init];

Perhaps you could copy and paste what the original question was to give more insight to the people on the forum about where the problem lies.

JoeApp .Ltd
JoeApp .Ltd
1,601 Points

Coolboi has it, it's got to do with that *circle instance variable.