As I stated in my previous message, "I do not know Objective-C or Swift". So you need to look at what your code is actually doing and why it is not doing deep copy operations. Hint: you could always try the documentation for whichever language you are using.
You need to clone the contents of the source array. [copy] method of NSMutableArray makes a reference copy with new array variable hence your content in backup array gets updated when you update source array. Use
to create a clone of source array but with new reference pointer to it. Hope it helps.
Before the task finish r u sending another image to print. The error seems to be like this. In case of multiple images all images should be in a queue , First come first serve. Till one job is not done . another image should wait.
I am new to this forum, and new to programming, although I have already reached chapter 18
of Programming in C textbook.
Please, take a look at the program I typed in from the book, and warning messages I receive.
I would be grateful for explanation on what I am doing wrong. I work on Mac OS 10.7.5, Xcode 4.6.3,
1) I created a file with the command:
touch prog18-2.m// Program ot work with fractions - Objective-C version
#import <objc object.h="">
printf("The numerator is %i, and teh denominator is %i\n", [my_fract numerator], [my_fract denominator]);
[my_fract free]; //frees the memory that was used by Fraction object
3) I compiled it with:
gcc -framework Foundation prog18-2.m -o prog18-2
4) Terminal generated the following:
prog18-2.m: In function ‘main’:
prog18-2.m:58: warning: ‘Fraction’ may not respond to ‘+new’
prog18-2.m:58: warning: (Messages without a matching method signature
prog18-2.m:58: warning: will be assumed to return ‘id’ and accept
prog18-2.m:58: warning: ‘...’ as arguments.)
prog18-2.m:71: warning: ‘Fraction’ may not respond to ‘-free’
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