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’
I would like to limit the image taken to fixed size w=5 in and h=10 inch.
1. There is a way to display on screen (when taking the picture) frame in this size?
2. After taking the pic, how to enable moving the picture so the user can center the image in the 5x10 frame
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