Xcode Objective C - syntax is wrong

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  1. msUnique, Mar 3, 2013
    Last edited by a moderator: Mar 3, 2013

    msUnique macrumors newbie

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    Mar 3, 2013
    #1
    Hi I am new to xcode and objective C, I have a section of code that I want to add by know that the syntax is wrong please can somebody help me
    Code:
    int j, i=0;
        
        //while ((nextLine = read.readNext()) != NULL)
        
        //{ //while the line inputed is not empty do
            
           for(j=0;j<=6;j++)
        
                   
           
                
           // data[i][j]=nextLine[j].toLowerCase();
            
            i++; // this increses i with 1
        
    //}
               
    That is the code that I am trying to add to this one 
      datasetfile = @"german_credit";
        CSVReader *csvReader = [[CSVReader alloc] initWithFile:datasetfile];
        //NSLog(@"getColumnHeaderAtIndex: %@", [csvReader getColumnHeaderAtIndex:0]);
        //NSLog(@"getColumnContentsAtIndex: %@", [csvReader getColumnContentsAtIndex:0]);
        NSLog(@"getRowAtIndex: %@", [csvReader getRowAtIndex:1]);
        testLabel.text = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"getRowAtIndex: %@", [csvReader getRowAtIndex:1]];
        //NSArray *stringArray = [NSArray arrayWithObjects:@"nextLine", @"readNext", @"data",NULL, nil];
        //NSLog(@"count = %d", [stringArray count]);
     
  2. Duncan C macrumors 6502a

    Duncan C

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    Northern Virginia
    #2
    I don't understand how the C code at the beginning of your post relates to the second part. You're going to have to paint a clearer picture of what you want to do.

    BTW, Objective C is a pure superset of C, so you could write the C code you posted pretty much as is (except for the read.readNext() bit.)
     

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