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I have a iOS binding project.In that project i have a method connectPeripherals which takes the CBPeripheral
Object - dm.peripherals is a NSMutable Array which give the peripheral object at index 0 to connectPeripherals method.
This is what it passes [dm connectPeripheral:[dm.peripherals objectAtIndex:0]];
The issue is when i call this method in xamarin.ios app project i don't know how i can use ObjectAtIndex property on NSMutableArray Object. Has any done this before ?
The selector `objectAtIndex:` is available in the `ValueAt` method. However it is not much useful in most cases (except low level code) since it returns an `IntPtr`.
In most case you'll want to use: `public T GetItem<T> (int index)`
That will return you an instance of the type you expect to get from the (untyped) NS]Mutable]Array.
In your above example it means you want a `CBPeripheral` that's located in the first element of your array, so:
var my_value = my_array.GetItem<CBPeripheral> (0);
Thank You Very Much for your help. I think it likes that thing but when i compiled i got the below exception :
Error MT5210: Native linking failed, undefined symbol: _sqlite3_bind_blob. Please verify that all the necessary frameworks have been referenced and native libraries are properly linked in. (MT5210)
This is the another story regarding binding project. To elaborate, actually i have a Objective C SDK which has libFile.a, file.db and header files. I used objective sharpie to generate the bindings , i know that the error means actually it requires the database file which comes in the sdk. I have added in the binding project but it still gives this error. How do we bind database files as well in the binding project ?
Please let me know if you want this issue to open as new bug report.
Please do not re-open bug unless (a) the same issue is not fixed or (b) it regress in the future. Otherwise reports gets very confusing and the state of an issue is difficult to determine.
Your new issue does not sounds like a bug - it looks like your bindings instructions are incomplete. Please refer to the documentation or contact support (see the customer portal for the email address) if you require assistance.