Returns a row view at the specified index, creating one if necessary.
- macOS 10.7+
The row index.
YESif a view is required,
NOif you want to update properties on a view, if one is available.
An instance, or subclass, of
nil is also valid if
NO and the view did not exist.
This method first attempts to return a currently displayed view in the visible area. If there is no visible view, and
YES, a prepared temporary view is returned. If
NO, and the view is not visible,
nil is returned.
make should be
YES if you require a resulting view, and
NO if you want to update properties on a view only if it is available (generally this means it is visible).
An exception is thrown if
row falls outside of the number of rows in the table (
number). The returned result should generally not be held onto for longer than the current run loop cycle. It’s better to call
row whenever a view is required.