I use the NSUserDefaults dictionary to store basic information such as high scores etc so that when the user closes the app data is not lost. Anyways I use:
NSUserDefaults *prefs = [NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults];
to store data. If I wish to store a new high score for example then I would do:
[prefs setInteger:1023 forKey:@"highScore"]; [prefs synchronize]; //this is needed in case the app is closed.
and later if I wish to retrieve the high score I would do:
anyways the point is that I store a lot of other things because the
NSUserDefaults enable you to store
objects etc. what method would I have to execute to delete all keys so that NSUserDefaults becomes like the fist time I launch the app?
I am looking for something like:
NSUserDefaults *prefs = [NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults]; [prefs deleteAllKeysAndObjectsInTheDictionary];
or maybe there is a way of getting all keys and I have to loop through each object but I don't know how to remove them.
I have tried :
NSUserDefaults *prefs = [NSUserDefaults standardUserDefaults]; [NSUserDefaults resetStandardUserDefaults]; [prefs synchronize];
and I still am able to retrieve a high score....