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Access UI Control by ID/Indentifier in Swift [Mac OSX]?


Access UI Control by ID/Indentifier in Swift [Mac OSX]?

By : AzAt
Date : November 22 2020, 10:40 AM
To fix this issue Every NSControl in Mac OS has a tag property (previously -tag and -setTag:)
code :
@property NSInteger tag; // Obj-C
var tag: Int // Swift
button1.tag = 1; // Obj-C/Swift code (can omit the ; in Swift)
button2.tag = 2;
let buttonWithTag = containerView.viewWithTag(tag)


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Is there anyway I can assign an indentifier code to a Win32 control without using resources?

Is there anyway I can assign an indentifier code to a Win32 control without using resources?


By : Aleksandr Killerman
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help When creating a child control the control ID is passed to CreateWindow as the hMenu parameter. The parameter's documentation contains the following section (emphasis mine):
Firebase facebook login for ios (swift) - Use of unresolved indentifier 'FBSDKLoginManager'

Firebase facebook login for ios (swift) - Use of unresolved indentifier 'FBSDKLoginManager'


By : CiccioFlea
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . So the solution was that the Firebase documentation is outdated - FB`s SDK is already in swift so there is no necessary to add import to your bridging header file. Everything you need to do is just add import to your swift file and you are ready to go
code :
import FBSDKCoreKit
import FBSDKShareKit
import FBSDKLoginKit
Access Control for Swift Extensions

Access Control for Swift Extensions


By : Pio
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Your understanding is almost correct.
A more interesting way to put your scenario 3 would be
code :
extension Test {
  // The extension has access control internal, because of what the docs say:
  //
  // > If you extend a public or internal type, any new type members you add
  // > will have a default access level of internal.
  //
  // Despite the extension being internal, this member is private because it's
  // declared explicitly here.
  private var prop2: String { return "" }
}
internal extension Test {
  // The compiler will give a waning here, why would you define something public
  // in an internal extension?
  public var prop2: String { return "" }
}
Access object indentifier, like var_dump?

Access object indentifier, like var_dump?


By : Steve Bernard
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps I don't think that internal identifier is something you have to worry about. If you want to save variables and restoring them later, you can use serialize() and unserialize().
EDIT: may be spl_object_hash() could be what you need?
Access control in swift 4

Access control in swift 4


By : user7394422
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help My original answer (shown below) is now mostly outdated – the beginnings of the resilience model are to be implemented in Swift 4.2 with the introduction of the @inlinable and @usableFromInline attributes, corresponding to the old @_inlineable and @_versioned attributes.
In addition, and more importantly, the rule for what default arguments of publically accessible functions can reference has changed again. To recap the previous rules:
code :
open class MyClass {

    private let value: Int

    @_versioned static var defaultValue: Int {
        return 10
    }

    public init(value: Int = MyClass.defaultValue) {
        self.value = value
    }
}
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