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7 Wonders 2 is an addictive match-3 game that will take you back in time to help workers build world-famous buildings, monuments and structures, … and much more!
Build houses in 7 wonders of the world such as the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China, the Pyramids, the Taj Mahal and the Statue of Liberty.
Travel around the world and collect building blocks to help workers complete projects.
As the game progresses, you will have many options for improvements, so choose who will build your pyramid today?
The game supports offline play, so you can play it even if you don’t have internet access.
The game includes 3 game modes.
Unlock the mysteries of the Incas and Egyptians with 7 Wonders IIâ€“an enhanced version of the critically acclaimed board game (andÂ .Q:
List of NSDates not filled in with programmatically loaded NSArrayController
I have an NSArrayController programmatically created via a NSDictionary of NSDates. It contains a custom NSArray subclass and that is connected to an array of NSDates. I have verified that this array is populated correctly via various print statements in a debug block. However, when that NSArrayController is hooked up to the table view of my view, nothing is appearing in my table.
The NSArrayController’s attribute is set to “created automatically”, and the array is set to type “NSMutableArray”. I would like this array controller to display dates when it is loaded, but there’s nothing in the table.
Here is the code for the Array Controller (created without an xib):
NSDate *today = [NSDate date];
NSDate *pastEnd = [[NSDate alloc] initWithTimeIntervalSinceNow:60 * 60];
NSDate *futureStart = [[NSDate alloc] initWithTimeIntervalSinceNow:60 * 60 * 24];
NSArrayController *dateArrayController = [[NSArrayController alloc] init];
dateArrayController.name = @”dateArray”;
[[NSArray alloc] initWithObjects:
[dateArrayController setIndexSet:[NSIndexSet indexSetWith