Getting Number From Character In NSString

Sage
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Post: #1
I'm trying to extract an integer from the second character of an NSString but I can't seem to figure out how to get it. Here's what my call currently looks like (doesn't work). Can anyone help me out?

Code:
SupplyCrate *crate = [crateList objectAtIndex:[NSNumber numberWithChar:[missileStatus characterAtIndex:1]]];
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Post: #2
From the look of your code you want to do [crateList objectAtIndex:[[missileStatus substringWithRange:NSMakeRange(1, 1)] intValue]]

1. objectAtIndex: takes an int not an object
2. I suspect you don't want to be dealing in actual character values but their English equivalents, numberWithChar: will give you 49 for '1'
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Sage
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Thanks. Smile
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