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  1. #1
    Default NSDictionary objectAtIndex
    Hi people,
    I'm trying to acces an NSDictionary for a table view.
    Now my problem is that in apple's example they use

    Code:
     [aNSDictionary objectAtIndex:intIndex];
    but htis method is deprecated, if you look in the reference of NSDictionary they eliminated this moethod but i don't understand what I must use instead...
    I'm little bit confused please help

    Thxx

  2. #2
    Where was the example?

    objectAtIndex: is an NSArray method, not an NSDictionary method.

    An array is indexed by integers, a dictionary is indexed by keys, which can be any Objective-C object (hence
    Code:
    - (id)objectForKey:(id)aKey
    )

    Typically you would use NSString as keys, but you can do more sophisticated things.
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