Jason Hocker Jason Hocker - 7 months ago 192
iOS Question

Swift 3 (Xcode 8 beta 6) localizedStringWithFormat

Is there a better way to get a localized format and substitute strings in with Xcode 8 Swift 3? Do I need to use NSString, and cast back and forth between NSString and String?

let localizedDue = NSString.localizedStringWithFormat(NSLocalizedString("Due: %@", comment: "due date label with date") as NSString, formattedDate) as String


I may be missing something, but in Swift 3, String has a type method localizedStringWithFormat and you can write something like this:

let localizedDue = String.localizedStringWithFormat(NSLocalizedString("Due: %@", comment: "due date label with date"), formattedDate)

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