NemeSys NemeSys - 1 year ago 128
iOS Question

NSTimer userInfo. How object is passing to the selector?

I have this code:

-(void)startRotation:(RDUtilitiesBarRotation)mode {
rotationTimer = [NSTimer scheduledTimerWithTimeInterval:0.1f target:self selector:@selector(rotateSelectedItem:) userInfo:[NSNumber numberWithInt:mode] repeats:YES];
-(void)rotateSelectedItem:(NSNumber*)sender {
float currAngle = [selectedItem currentRotation];
if ([sender intValue] == RDUtilitiesBarRotationLeft) {
[selectedItem rotateImage:currAngle - 1];
else {
[selectedItem rotateImage:currAngle + 1];
-(void)stopRotation {
[rotationTimer invalidate];
rotationTimer = nil;

The target is start rotating a view while user holds a button. When user releases it the timer will stop.

But I'm giving this:

-[__NSCFTimer intValue]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x4ae360

But if I'm paasing in userInfo a NSNumber class, why I'm receiving the timer?


Answer Source

Your timer action method should look like this


You can get at the userInfo by doing

NSNumber *userInfo = sender.userInfo;
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