How To Use Multi Value Title and Value From Settings Bundle
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If I understand the question correctly, when user selects London from the settings the default value will be 1. when you read the settings bundle for locationSetting you get the value 1 and not LONDON, but you want the "LONDON" in your code rather than 1. It is not possible with the current structure of your plist. make the default value a dictionary instead of string and then you can have both titles and values inside that dictionary. you can then retrieve the text of the selected value.
Location settings as a multi value, is an NSDictionary. Therefore, do the following:
NSDictionary *location = [[NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults] valueForKey:@"locationSettings"]; NSString *value = (NSString *)location;
Cast the location value as a NSString because you know a string is to be returned.
You can then handle the result as a string. The "value" variable returned is whatever is written in the value section. In your case, if you select "London", you will get a value of "1" back in the form of a string.