Join Bruce Van Horn for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating the table view delegate: Part 2, part of Visual Studio for Mac.
- We need to add one more method to our inventory…table delegate class in order to make our table…work properly.…So I'm going to add the method below the constructor…and I'll type in public,…override, N S view.…And I'm going to call this GetViewForItem.…So we're overriding something that's in the base class.…Which dictates the name and it has the match…what's in the base class.…For our arguments we need to pass in three arguments.…
The first one is NSTableView.…And I'll just call that one tableView.…The second one is NSTableColumn.…And I'll just call that one tableColumn.…And last we're going to pass in and integer…but it's going to be an integer for that we haven't seen yet.…It's going to be an Nint.…N I N T.…This is a native integer which means in C sharp…it's actually a struct if you were to look it up…and you can see that there's a little S next to it…in the code hint.…
So if you remember structs are like objects except…they are pretty much in-muteable and they can't really…do everything objects do.…So I always say it's like a light version of an object.…
AuthorBruce Van Horn
- Exploring C# on a Mac
- Creating a reusable code library
- Classes and properties
- Loops, arrays, and lists
- Creating a console app
- Creating a command-line app
- Creating a Mac desktop app
- Creating a UI with view controllers and actions
Skill Level Beginner
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1. C# on the Mac?
2. Getting Started with C#
3. Deeper into C#
4. Creating a Mac App
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