Instance Method

editingString(for:)

The default implementation of this method invokes string(for:).

Declaration

func editingString(for obj: Any) -> String?

Parameters

anObject

The object for which to return an editing string.

Return Value

An NSString object that is used for editing the textual representation of anObject.

Discussion

When implementing a subclass, override this method only when the string that users see and the string that they edit are different. In your implementation, return an NSString object that is used for editing, following the logic recommended for implementing string(for:). As an example, you would implement this method if you want the dollar signs in displayed strings removed for editing.

See Also

Getting Textual Representations of Object Values

func string(for: Any?) -> String?

The default implementation of this method raises an exception.

func attributedString(for: Any, withDefaultAttributes: [NSAttributedString.Key : Any]?) -> NSAttributedString?

The default implementation returns nil to indicate that the formatter object does not provide an attributed string.

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