Xcode Printing NSData to NSLog

In Xcode Object-C to print out NSData to NSLog you might run into rubbish output by just outputting the NSData NSLog(@”%@”, myData); And as output something like this: <3c3f786d 6c207665 7273696f etc… This is not rubbish, though it might look that way, this is correct behavior and is just in hex format. If you know

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Windows 8 npp.6.1.7.Installer.exe

Windows 8 protection screen when installing notepad++. The message: Windows protected your PC. Windows SmartScreen prevented an unrecognized app from starting. Running this app might put your PC at risk. Publisher: Unknown Publisher App: npp.6.1.6.Installer.exe Notepad++ 6.1.6 runs without any errors in Windows 8

Xcode Unterminated Conditional Directive

When coding in Xcode and using the #ifdef, perhaps from using multiple targets preprocessor macros you might run into this error: Unterminated Conditional Directive This is due to a missing ending. It needs to be balanced with an #endif. Just like the #if statement needs an #endif. So to solve the error the if statement

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Xcode Run Script Permission Denied

Running a script in Xcode while compiling is a great way to have multiple targets with different resource and alike. After adding your script you might run into a permission denied error. You need to add permission to the file. Open up a terminal and navigate to the location of the .sh file. Now use

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Outlook Proxy Server Security Certificate

When trying to connect your mail to outlook you might run into this certificate error. There is a problem with the proxy server’s security certificate. The security certificate is not from a trusted certifying authority. Outlook is unable to connect ot the proxy server mail.company.com (Error Code 8). The connection to Microsoft Exchange is unavailable.

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Windows 8 Visual Studio PerfWatson

This is the message you get after Microsoft Visual Studio crashs, this was due to hibernating Windows 8 without closing Visual Studio down first. “Visual Studio has been unresponsive for longer than two seconds.” For more information on this go to the privacy statement http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=104288

Xcode Can’t Remove SplashScreen

In Xcode after doing a ScreenShot in Organizer and pressing “Save as Launch Image” the image does not appear in the Groups and Files / project files. The file do however exist in the project folder if you navigate to it in Finder. To remove it go to your specific Target and select “Build Phases”

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