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by Mark Donohoe — Aug 13
Almost right! What you're doing when you set the arguments is passing the address of the POINTERS of the objects, not the objects themselves because remember, in Objective-C, what we usually call objects are technically pointers. So in essence, you're passing a pointer to a pointer (a.k.a. an objective-c class).
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