Ask/Cancel in iOS
cmsheffield at me.com
Fri Feb 3 16:11:34 CST 2012
There's still a problem though if the user leaves the field empty but still taps OK. In that case, as Dan is saying, the result returns "cancel", which is not correct.
I could be wrong, but it seems like this was brought up not too long ago and submitted as a bug. I believe the result should return empty if the user clicks on "OK". I'll see if I can find it in the QCC.
Read Naturally, Inc.
On Feb 3, 2012, at 3:07 PM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
> IT contains the encrypted contents of what they entered. If they cancel, IT will be empty and The Result will contain "Cancel". It's kind of convoluted. It's all in the dictionary. I do this:
> ask password "Please enter your password:"
> if the result is "Cancel" then exit <handler>
> put it into thePassword
> On Feb 3, 2012, at 1:54 PM, Dan Friedman wrote:
>> That doesn't tell me if they canceled or entered nothing. Perhaps they want to set their password to empty? How do I know if they entered nothing, or they hit "Cancel"?
>>> Hi Dan,
>>> check IT! :-)
>>> ask password "Enter Something" titled "Anything"
>>> if it = empty then
>>> # nothing entered, do your stuff here...
>>>> I am having a problem with the ask command in iOS. If I do this:
>>>> ask password "Enter Something" titled "Anything"
>>>> and tap the "Cancel" button, the result is "cancel". However, if I use the same line of code and enter nothing in the prompt field, then tap the "OK" button, the result still equals "cancel". Seems like as long as the user response is empty, the result is "cancel". How do you determine a empty response from a request to cancel?
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