|Aug 1, 2012, 04:48 AM||#1|
How to check if an object is NSObject or CFTypeRef
I have an object of type (id). This object is either a ABRecordRef, or an instance of a class that is subclass of NSObject.
How do i determine the real type of this object ?
|Aug 1, 2012, 06:08 AM||#3|
ABRecordRef is a C type - it should not be stored in the ObjC type "id"!
Normally, if you want to test if an ObjC object is a particular class, you do it like the following:
"if ([obj isKindOfClass: [MyObjCClass class]]) ..."
But again, you should not be calling isKindOfClass (or any other ObjC method) on an instance of ABRecordRef - it is not an ObjC type.
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