drew drew - 6 months ago 41
iOS Question

unsigned int and unsigned long Xcode warnings in NSLogs

This is more of an annoyance than anything... has anyone else run across this?

For debugging purposes, I'm spitting out the count of the _fetchedResults. Xcode gives me an

unsigned int
warning when I use
, and then offers to change it to

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OK Xcode... sure, go right ahead.

Then... it immediately barks at me again with an
unsigned long
warning and offers to change it back
to a
. And... the cycle repeats. Of course, I can just delete the NSLog, but I'm using it during testing. And frankly... it's more annoying than anything else.

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Anyone else run across this before? Not sure how much it matters, but I'm on Xcode 7.3 with a deployment target of 9.0.x.

Thoughts, comments, suggestions?

Thanks in advance.



Check out this SO thread: Compile NSLog with unsigned int and unsigned long

It says-

NSLog(@"Array has %ld elements.",(unsigned long)[array count]);

And also says-

The best way is NSLog(@"%lu", (unsigned long)array.count); for NSUInteger,
and NSLog(@"%ld", (long)button.tag); for NSInteger: no warnings in either 32 bit or 64 bit.