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How do i retrieve a file asynchronously in objective c
This is my code to retrieve the file from simulator.
NSData *data=[[NSData alloc]initWithContentsOfURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@””]];
This works fine.
But it doesn’t work if the file is big, such as about 200 MB. the simulator keeps pausing and hang for a long time.
I’m using this method:
NSData *data = [[NSData alloc] initWithContentsOfURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@””]];
I want to be able to retrieve a file asynchronously. How can I do that?
If your data is big enough to hold the entire file, then you could use a urlConnection to perform the read and end up with a NSData object. Then you can insert the data into your
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The present invention generally relates to drop on demand ink jet printers and more particularly to a temperature stabilization system that maintains the ink jet print head in an optimum operating temperature range to print accurate color images with excellent print quality.
2. Description of the Prior Art
Ink jet printers are currently very popular for their low cost, small size, and quiet operation. Such printers typically employ one or more ink reservoirs and pressure chambers which are each formed by a manifold. Ink is selectively applied to the manifold through an orifice for pressurization and expelling from the manifold through orifices which are in communication with the pressure chambers to form a plurality of ink droplets in a step-wise manner. A print head with a plurality of such orifices is sometimes referred to as a print head assembly or piezo-electric print head assembly.
Typically the print head assembly is incorporated in a carriage that is mounted in a reciprocating motion over the surface of a recording medium, such as paper, to be printed. On command, the print head assembly is selectively displaced in a step-wise manner across a predetermined length of the recording medium to print a corresponding length of the medium with a selected ink drop or drops from selected orifices. The use of an orifice plate, instead of a single orifice, to form the orifices is a highly desirable feature which provides the advantage of enhanced print quality and increased lifetime and reliability. A more complete discussion of ink jet printers and orifice plates is presented in U.S. Pat. No. 4,723,129 which is assigned to the same assignee as the present invention.
Although the state of the art is such that the print quality and reliability of ink jet printers are extremely