If you’re starting to program with Xojo, then you’ll probably soon find yourself in a situation where you need to use one of the Container types: Array. In this case, it’s also probable that you might be confused at first as to why you don’t get what you expected when assigning the contents of a source Array to a target Array via the assignment operator (“=”).
It turns out it is super-easy to use the Sort(Delegate) method to create your own sorting method and then pass it to the call to sort.
Sometimes the idea for a great little app comes down to solving a silly little problem.
Last month, the family went mini-golfing for my son’s birthday. It was a lovely course called Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf right next to the ocean. But they didn’t have scoring stands and we had to use a tiny pencil on a little cardboard scorecard to keep score. So this week’s app is a simple iOS app track of mini-golf scores!
The iOS app has two screens. The main screen has a giant Table that lists all the 18 holes. You tab on the detail button for a row (it’s the “I” icon) to go to the scoring screen.