crashprophet crashprophet - 1 year ago 144
iOS Question

How to initialize an empty mutable array in Objective C

I have a list of objects (trucks) with various attributes that populate a tableview. When you tap them they go to an individual truck page. There is an add button which will add them to the favorite list in another tableview. How do I initialize an empty mutable array in Cocoa?

I have the following code:

-(IBAction)addTruckToFavorites:(id)sender:(FavoritesViewController *)controller
[controller.listOfTrucks addObject: ((Truck_Tracker_AppAppDelegate *)[UIApplication sharedApplication].delegate).selectedTruck];


Answer Source


With new syntax you can use:

NSMutableArray *myArray = [NSMutableArray new];

Original answer:

for example:

NSMutableArray *myArray = [[NSMutableArray alloc] init];

And here you find out why (difference between class and instance method)

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