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Using coreData and adding (math word) the previous row with the new row?
I'm nearing the end of my first app and hope it does well. I think it's put together well, but one of my last steps deals with a fairly complex algorithm that calculates each time the user updates and provides the new values once an action is done. I'm using core data and actually like it a lot. I was dreading it initially based on a lot of the posts I read, but it's grown on me. I digress.
So, each time the user enters a new value, that value is displayed in the tableView. since the user can theoretically enter an infinite amount of rows, hard coding is out of the question. I created a bunch of labels and textfields in a different project with the same premise to test the algorithm for correctness and it checked out.
So, could somebody help me out a little and explain / point me in a direction to add tableviewcells together. for example:
(The right side of the = are integers...I know what they really are, but just simplifying for the sake of the example and so someone can understand what i'm attempting to do. This is a mathematical issue.)