To open Google Maps with directions, i'm using a formatted NSString inside a NSURL. But it doesn't work with [[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:nsurl];
NSString * directionsURL = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"http://maps.google.com/maps?daddr=%@&saddr=%@", @"Hartenseweg 16, Renkum", @"1 ...
This might be simple. I have searched, not found yet.
How do I convert the NSString @"20100216190205" to an NSString of format @"yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss".
ie: @"2010-02-16 19:02:05"
I wanted to avoid using the ...
I have an NSString that might contain 5-10 different style dates and times.
I need to convert all of them into NSDates.
Does dateWithNaturalLanguageString no longer exist in iPhone SDK 3.1.3?
I do NOT ...
If I call "[NSString stringWithFormat:@"Testing \n %@",variableString]"; I get what I would expect, which is Testing, followed by a new line, then the contents of variableString.
However, if i try
NSString *testString = ...
I'm trying to format a date from a string into another format.
2012-05-29 23:55:52 into
29/05 *newline* 2010.
I just don't get the logics behind NSDate and NSDateFormatter, I think..
Any help ...
Based on this SO question asked a few hours ago, I have decided to implement a swizzled method that will allow me to take a formatted
NSString as the format ...
I have a plist where I place my strings, with type string.
When I access the strings in the plist, it doesnt interpret
So when I display these strings it ...
I have this situation where I need to make a URL with a string that contains ".
NSString *myStringWithURL = [NSString stringWithFormat:
I currently have an NSString that contains 03/23/2011.
I would like to check to see if the string matches the XX/XX/XXXX format, and if so, remove the century from the year, ending ...
I am having some trouble formatting an NSString
So i have and NSString and an Int
I want to use them to set an Image in a IUImage View, here is my ...
I have a couple of
NSStrings that hold some simple text. An example:
I am going to be setting the contents of those strings to a label but at ...
i have a question that i get a NSString(maybe i called it astring) form a stream server
when i print this astring ,shows
\u5f20\u9510\u7b49\u540c\u5fd7\u4efb in console.
It's a NSString(astring) that can be printed ...
How to get this format of date from NSString;
Wed, 22 Jun 2011 12:36:00 +0100 to
Wed, 22 Jun 2011.
I have struggling with to convert nsstring to nsdate format. I have a date in nsstring format like (2011-08-25 18:30:00 +0000), but i want to change it in nsdate format (08/26/2011). ...
I have a
NSString I am getting from an array. There are multiple string objects in the array. I want to change the format of the string I get from array ...
I have NSString like
"Circular Quay W, The Rocks NSW, Australia" and I want to display in following string format:
Circular Quay W,
The Rocks NSW,
so please help me to develop ...
I am working with the Google Place API and got a successful JSON response. But one
L\U00c3\U00b6wenbr\U00c3\U00a4u Keller. I want to convert it into a proper
I am having an issue with this piece of code:
NSString *msg=[[TBXML valueOfAttributeNamed:@"msg" forElement:root] ];
contains the string
. When I assign 'msg' to the label text ...
I have data in
NSString, I need to display it as
Oct 3, 2011. I am having trouble in converting nsstring into
NSDate and then again display it as
NSDateFormatter *dateFormatter ...
I have a code that contains verse number and chapter number of the bible. I put this code to
formate chapterno: withverseno: that is we get 1.2, this means 1 is ...
how can i get a string with this format date: "Sunday 24"?
with this code
NSDate *startTime = [NSDate date];
NSDateFormatter *formatDate = [[NSDateFormatter alloc] init];
[formatDate setDateFormat:@"EEEE dd"];
NSString *date = [formatDate stringFromDate:startTime];