UPGRADE YOUR SKILLS: Learn advanced Swift and SwiftUI on Hacking with Swift+! >>

NSPredicate search: Core Data

Forums > SwiftUI

I have an array of content like:

["When you find your way",
"you will find a way to make it happen",
"your is mine"
]

My predicate is NSPredicate(format: "content CONTAINS[c] %@", "you"), it should return the whole second sentence "you will find a way to make it happen", instead of all 3 sentences. Any ideas how to do this?

3      

you is contained in all three sentences so the query is operatint correctly

youd have to change it to contain "You will" to get that second sentence specifically

Richard

3      

@Richard

I understand that. But the thing is how we can query exactly senteces that contain 'you' if we have lots of sentences in content?

3      

Instead of matching for "you" try searching for "you " but keep in mind this will also return the first sentence too because that also has the word you in it.

3      

Hacking with Swift is sponsored by Superwall

SPONSORED Superwall lets you build & test paywalls without shipping updates. Run experiments, offer sales, segment users, update locked features and more at the click of button. Best part? It's FREE for up to 250 conversions / mo and the Superwall team builds out 100% custom paywalls – free of charge.

Learn More

Sponsor Hacking with Swift and reach the world's largest Swift community!

Archived topic

This topic has been closed due to inactivity, so you can't reply. Please create a new topic if you need to.

All interactions here are governed by our code of conduct.

 
Unknown user

You are not logged in

Log in or create account
 

Link copied to your pasteboard.