Understanding the scope of variables

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by imPoddible, Nov 24, 2008.

  1. imPoddible macrumors member

    Jul 13, 2008
    I hope this question isn't too dumb! I'm just trying to get my head around some Object Oriented programming concepts and there's something I don't quite understand about variables.

    I understand about instance variables and how they are limited to the classes/objects they are specified in?

    But how do I pass variables between views and methods?

    For example, I've written a simple test program which logs and displays the buttons I press in a view. It also displays the total number of button presses.

    I then have another button which opens a new 'Statistics" view where I want to show statistics of all buttons pressed and how many times each has been pressed, etc. I want to store all of this info in an Array. Pretty simple stuff - just playing around in order to understand.

    But I don't know how to make these statistics available to the new view.

    Where do I specify the array so that its available for the initial view and the statistics view?

    Thanks for any advice.


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