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Old October 28th, 2010, 11:57 AM
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I just bought this book, downloaded the latest and greatest iOS SDK, and dove right in. Unfortunately, the first example on pp 23-33 isn't working. I checked my typing several times, but I still can't get the alert view to pop up.

Has anyone else got this working? Any suggestions as to what I'm not doing right?

Thanks, Dan
 
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Of course this was a silly error on my part. While I saved the .h and .m files, I'd not saved the .xib file after linking the button. Works like a charm now.
 
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I got the same problem. Thanks Dan for your findings.

I thought when I "build and run" all changes will be saved.

It'll be good Wei Meng can highlight this in his next revision.

Okay. Now, I'm starting to think this book is good. :)









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