Instance Property

allowsMultipleSelectionDuringEditing

A Boolean value that controls whether users can select more than one cell simultaneously in editing mode.

Declaration

var allowsMultipleSelectionDuringEditing: Bool { get set }

Discussion

The default value of this property is false. If you set it to true, check marks appear next to selected rows in editing mode. In addition, UITableView does not query for editing styles when it goes into editing mode. If you access indexPathsForSelectedRows, you can get the index paths that identify the selected rows.

See Also

Selecting Rows

var indexPathForSelectedRow: IndexPath?

An index path identifying the row and section of the selected row.

var indexPathsForSelectedRows: [IndexPath]?

The index paths representing the selected rows.

func selectRow(at: IndexPath?, animated: Bool, scrollPosition: UITableView.ScrollPosition)

Selects a row in the table view identified by index path, optionally scrolling the row to a location in the table view.

func deselectRow(at: IndexPath, animated: Bool)

Deselects a given row identified by index path, with an option to animate the deselection.

var allowsSelection: Bool

A Boolean value that determines whether users can select a row.

var allowsMultipleSelection: Bool

A Boolean value that determines whether users can select more than one row outside of editing mode.

var allowsSelectionDuringEditing: Bool

A Boolean value that determines whether users can select cells while the table view is in editing mode.

class let selectionDidChangeNotification: NSNotification.Name

Posted when the selected row in the posting table view changes.