I was stuck checking the contents of the integer variable in swift2.

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I'm rewriting this calculator app with swift2.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGt1yBxBw9k&index=5&list=WL

class ViewController:UIViewController {

var lastNumber: String=""
@IBOutlet var answerField: UILabel!
@IBOutlet var operatorLabel:UILabel?

override func viewDidLoad(){
    super.viewDidLoad()
    // Do any additional setup after loading the view, typically from anib.
}

override funcdidReceiveMemoryWarning(){
    super.didReceiveMemoryWarning()
    // Dispose of any resources that can be recreated.
}

@ IBAction func buttonTapped (theButton:UIButton) {
    if answerField.text=="0" {
        answerField.text=theButton.titleLabel!.text!
        print(answerField!.text!)
    } else{
        answerField.text=(answerField.text)!+theButton.titleLabel!.text!
        print(answerField.text!)
    }
}

@IBAction func plusTapped (theButton:UIButton) {
    print("plus tapped")
    if operatorLabel?.text=="{
        operatorLabel!.text="+"
        answerField!.text="0"
    } else{
        operatorLabel!.text="+"
    }
}

@ IBAction func minusTapped (theButton:UIButton) {
    print ("minus tapped")
    if operatorLabel?.text=="{
        operatorLabel!.text="-"
        lastNumber=answerField.text!
        answerField!.text="0"
    } else{
        operatorLabel!.text="-"
    }
}

@ IBAction func clearTapped (theButton:UIButton) {
    answerField.text="0"
    operatorLabel!.text=""
    lastNumber=""
    print("clearButton Taped")
}

@ IBAction funcenterTapped(_:AnyObject){

    var num1: Int=Int(lastNumber)!
    varnum2: Int=Int(answerField.text!)!

if!num1||!num2{
showError()
return

}
func showError(){
    print("Error")
}
}
 if!num1||!num2{
    showError()
    return

}

There is an error in this part.
How do I rewrite it with swift2?
I understand that you are going to check if there are any contents in the variable.Please.

ios swift xcode swift2

2022-09-30 11:34

1 Answers

The linked video has Jun 8, 2014, so it's from the beta version even before Swift 1.0.As long as you're learning Swift from now on, you'll still have a lot of difficulties, so you'd better look for another tutorial as soon as possible.If you don't mind English, you'll find some tutorials updated with the latest Swift using the calculator app.

However, the code that says, "I get an error in this part.":

 if!num1||!num2{
    showError()
    return

}

should have also received an error in the beta version at that time (if you had declared num1, num2 as Int as you wrote).In the early beta, if it's an optional type, it could have been written that way, so in the original video num1, num2 might have been Optional<Int> instead of Int type.
 If you try to get the correct code in , you need to fix it first.

 varnum1: Int=Int(lastNumber)!
varnum2: Int=Int(answerField.text!)!

With this way of writing, if the lastNumber or answerField.text values cannot be interpreted as integers, the app crashes.(Think that ! in Swift (other than the prepositional expression for negation) means "crash and let me know if you're wrong.")

The initializer of type Int is failable (sorry, I don't know the exact translation) and is the type that returns nil if an integer is given an uninterpreted string.And as a syntax for defining variables that determine whether or not nil is nil, Swift has an if-let syntax (called optional binding) (from the beta era), so you should use it.

Rewrite the entire enterTapped method and it looks like this:

@IBAction funcenterTapped(_:AnyObject){
    iflet
        num1 = Int(lastNumber),
        num2 = Int(answerField.text???")
    {
        // What you want to do when num1, num2 is an integer value
    } else{
        showError()
        return
    }
}

The text property of the UILabel can be nil (and I don't want to crash the app just because it was nil), so I changed it to include the default value using the ? operator.

If you try to rewrite the old code to Swift2, it tends to be less recommended (but easier to rewrite).Unless you want to practice that kind of rewriting itself (which is also from the old beta version...), you should switch to a new tutorial quickly.

Additional (forgotten writing)
The showError was nested in enterTapped, but it doesn't make much sense, so it's supposed to be a normal method.

private func showError(){
    print("Error")
}

Forgot to write one more
 If it's Swift2, you should use the guard, and the code is likely to be pointed out.Try to see how you can write it yourself.


2022-09-30 11:34

If you have any answers or tips


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