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Using ViewController inputs to populate NSMutableArray ? ? ?

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3:17 pm
February 19, 2009



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I am having problems getting string data from the ViewController into an NSMutableArray.

At the moment my code can take string input with the following code -


#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>

#import “ViewController.h”

@implementation ViewController;

@synthesize txtTermIn;

-(IBAction) updateText:(id) sender 


NSString *text;

text = [[NSString alloc] initWithFormat:@”%@”,txtTermIn.text];


So any text that is typed in from the UI gets stored in the NSString text
My problem is that i want to buffer all the String data in an Array, but i cant work out how to pass the Strings on to an Array because Xcode wont let me declare and initialise NSMutableArray from the ViewController.m, i just get a whole load of compiler errors.
I can only declare and initialise it from my main() but that is no good because the ViewController has no access to the main().
Should i be using the AppDelegate.m for this? I beleive i should create a method and pass the String data on to it to populate my NSMutableArray, but my attempts at this have failed as i am still new to this Object Orientated Programming.
Any ideas or advice on this would be greatly appreciated !

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