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Old October 2nd, 2010, 08:56 AM
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Unhappy Can someone help me debug ?

When I attempted to build the code given in chapter 3 I got the following error codes (5 total)

In the OutletsAndActionsViewController.h

I got the error Expected ',' before 'end'

here is all the code I have under OutletsAndActionsViewController.h :
//  OutletsAndActionsViewController.h
//  OutletsAndActions

#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>

@interface OutletsAndActionsViewController : UIViewController {
//---declaring the outlet----
	IBOutlet UITextField *txtName;
//---expose the outlet as a property---//
@property (nonatomic, retain) UITextField *textName;
//---declaring the action--
-(IBAction) btnClicked: (id) sender

Can someone explain to me what that error means and what the code should look like ?
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You are missing the semicolon at the end of your -(IBAction) declaration.
-(IBAction) btnClicked: (id) sender
should be
-(IBAction) btnClicked: (id) sender;
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