NextRev NextRev - 1 year ago 91
iOS Question

iPhone SQLite table inconsistency

I have an sqlite table that shows scores from different game modes. In one of the columns, I don't want the score to show up unless the user reaches the final 5th level, but I also don't want it to be recorded as a 0 either. I want it to be as if the game was never played. No score recorded at all. Here's what I have....

if(appDelegate.easymediumhard == 2 && gameVarLevel == 5){

if(gameVarLevel == 5){
globalScore = timeSeconds;
else if(gameVarLevel != 5){


Now I know i need the else if statement but I don't know what it should be.

Answer Source

The solution is to move your table write to inside the if statement. I would assume it currently comes at some point after, but I don't know because you didn't post that part.


If your write is in a different part of your program as you say, then you either need a separate variable to track a valid score, i.e. bool scoreValid, or you need to set your score to something you know is not valid, such as -1 for instance.

Then in the code that writes the table, check if the score is valid, and only write if it is.

For instance, your code would be such:

if(appDelegate.easymediumhard == 2 && gameVarLevel == 5){

       globalScore = timeSeconds;
       scoreValid = YES;

} else {

      scoreValid = NO;


I am making a bunch of assumptions cause I don't know your real requirements for a valid score, but that is the idea.

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