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Comparing @encode() output

From: Stefan Bidigaray
Subject: Comparing @encode() output
Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 19:53:06 -0500

Pretty straight forward quesiton, how do I compare the output of @encode?  Instead of using "bits per sample" in the NSSound plug-in implementation I decided to use encoding since int and float both have the same number of bits.  The only way I figured this would work would be to use @encode()... I went poking around in the Apple docs and can see it outputs a (const char *), but I noticed in NSPortCoder.m and NSArchiver.m compare using a switch(*type).  So is the return value of @encode a string or int?  I guess another question would also be if I should be using @encode to find the data type?


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