How to convert NSIndexpath into NSInteger or simply int?

I need to convert a nsindexpath var into NsInteger or simply an int. e.g:

 int rowIndex = [mGoogleBaseTable selectedRow];
 //mGoogleBaseTable is a NSTable type in Macdevelopement..


int rowIndex = [mGoogleBaseTable indexPathForSelectedRow];
//mGoogleBaseTable is a UITableView type in Iphone (iOS)Development.

selectedRow returns NSInteger simply but indexPathForSelectedRow returns a NSIndexPath..

Please help me how can i achieve this.



NSIndexPath *p = ... // some indexpath


NSInteger row = p.row;
NSInteger section = p.section;

That's all!

Maybe, this is can help you

NSInteger variable = indexPath.row;

I prefer doing it this way

NSNumber *selRow = [[NSNumber alloc] initWithInteger:indexPath.row];

In Swift:

    let section: Int = indexPath.section
    let row: Int = indexPath.row

Simply convert into int by,

NSIndexPath *path = ... // some indexpath

int row = (int)path.row;

In swift :

  1. Associate your collection view to your var :

    @IBOutlet weak var collectionView: UICollectionView!

  2. In prepareForSegue func, you can call :

    var indexPath = collectionView.indexPathsForSelectedItems()

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