How would I go about examining an NSString, and if it contains any spaces ‘ ‘, then insert a ‘+’ sign, where the space was?
NSString *orignalString = @”I program in Cocoa.”;
and end up like:
NSString *orignalString = @”I+program+in+Cocoa.”;
Any help would be appreciated.
A quick peek at the NSMutableString documentation shows the method -replaceCharactersInRange:withString: and is just what you want. See how simple that was? Just read the docs bud… :-) –KevinPerry
For some reason I cant get it to work
The following code prints out “I+program+in+Cocoa.” for me. –Bo
NSMutableString* myString = [@”I program in Cocoa.” mutableCopy];
[myString replaceOccurrencesOfString:@” “ withString:@”+” options:0 range:NSMakeRange(0, [myString length])]; NSLog(@”%@”, myString);
Thanks man, works perfect.