Writing handler for UIAlertAction

The Solution to Writing handler for UIAlertAction is

Instead of self in your handler, put (alert: UIAlertAction!). This should make your code look like this

    alert.addAction(UIAlertAction(title: "Okay",
                          style: UIAlertActionStyle.Default,
                        handler: {(alert: UIAlertAction!) in println("Foo")}))

this is the proper way to define handlers in Swift.

As Brian pointed out below, there are also easier ways to define these handlers. Using his methods is discussed in the book, look at the section titled Closures

~ Answered on 2014-06-12 17:25:33

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