I am having a weird problem with variable values. This is the code (it is part of a class method):
MyAppDelegate *pDelegate = [[UIApplication sharedApplication] delegate]; SomeDictionaryData *appData = [pDelegate.theData retain]; NSLog(@"my instance var: %@",cardIndex); // outputs "my instance var: 4" NSDictionary *currentCard = [[NSDictionary alloc] initWithDictionary:[appData.cards objectAtIndex:cardIndex]];; // the above line breaks the app [currentCard release]; [appData release];
I am using the debugger with the
objc_exception_throw breakpoint. The input received by
objectAtIndex in there shows as having value = 13760640. The
cards attribute of appData is an
NSArray and it clearly does not have ten million + items so I get an out of bounds error. I tried casting with
(int)cardIndex with no better results. Weird thing is a similar code in some other class works fine.
This is some data I want to use throughout my app so I have a Model class that gets initialized in the AppDelegate as
theData and then is accesed by different ViewControllers. This error shows up after one successful access on some other ViewController (that one also does retain/release).
Any help will be appreciated.
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