How to populate an array with another variable in Obj-C

How to populate an array with another variable in Obj-C

Following the discussion on string interpolation on Obj-C (<a href="https://stackoverflow.com/questions/54300658/objective-c-equivalent-of-swift-variable/54300867?noredirect=1#comment95454640_54300867" target="_blank">Objective-C equivalent of Swift "\(variable)"</a>), I am looking at the way to do something like the following in Obj-C. Thanks!

Following the discussion on string interpolation on Obj-C (Objective-C equivalent of Swift "\(variable)"), I am looking at the way to do something like the following in Obj-C. Thanks!

let hotel = "Hilton"
var roomNumberArray = ["\(hotel)01", "\(hotel)02", "\(hotel)03", "\(hotel)04", "\(hotel)05", "\(hotel)06", "\(hotel)07", "\(hotel)08", "\(hotel)09", "\(hotel)10"]


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