I can access `dict` just fine. But if there is an NSArray of NSStrings
inside that dictionary I run into some problems.
result = dict.myArrayOfStrings.indexOf("myString")
The array of strings returned are boxed(unboxed?) NSString objects. So
dict.arrayOfString without create a new array and calling toValue() on
each element. This isn't that big of a deal, but I seem to be calling
toValue() a lot.
Is there a method that recessively boxes values in containers
(NSArray and NSDictionary)? If not, any tips on how I could go about
writing something like that?
Nov 6, 2011, 5:50:22 AM11/6/11
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> Is there a method that recessively boxes values in containers > (NSArray and NSDictionary)? If not, any tips on how I could go about > writing something like that?