%d %i Decimal signed integer.
%o Octal integer.
%x %X Hex integer.
%u Unsigned integer.
%s String. See below.
%e %E double.
%g %G double.
%n Number of characters written by this printf.
No argument expected.
%% %. No argument expected.
Nokia are buying yet another operating system, I hope for the company involved (and people who have put their hard work into it), that it is used. Maybe this is a replacement for Series 40? Or maybe another canned project in years to come???
It is a good idea to use an accessor to set the array to nil; the accessor will take care of releasing the array and all of its members:
If you need to clean out an array with many members but keep a valid array ready for use, you can call:
[self setTestArray:[[NSArray alloc] init]]];
This will replace the old array with a new, empty array.
This is a really good, clear UI table view tutorial:
>Nokia have announced that they are going to rename Symbian Belle to Nokia Belle. Now is this a move that suggests mathballing? or one that is look to move it forward.
I think for Nokia to maintain their low end market share, the S60 (Symbian) and S40 platforms are here to stay.
The shuttleworth foundation’s take on this: