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Member Since 28 Dec 2008
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In Topic: Cocoa Tutorial

04 January 2009 - 12:00 AM

I can't even seem to do the simpliest things.

I have 1 label that contains "1.23".
A 2nd label that has "4.56".
I want to add the values together... and display the total in a 3rd label.

> lblThree.text = (float)lblOne.text + (float)lblTwo.text;

I'm stumped.

Any help?

In Topic: A full Cocoa/Xcode/Interface Builder Tutorial

28 December 2008 - 05:59 AM

Beginner here. I know I must be doing something right... because DID get this much working:
1st slider... when moved... shows a value in a label #1.
2nd slider... when moved... shows a value in label #2.

But what would be the IBAction and IBOutlet syntax... if I tried to do this instead:
When either of the 2 sliders are moved... values for BOTH sliders are shown in label #1.
(Label #2 won't be needed at all.)

I keep getting compile-time errors like: "first use not defined" for the sliders.

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