GREAT BOOK, I’m working my way through it now. Thank you for Chapter 14, it really cleared up a LOT.
On page 96 there is a line:
NSDate *later = [now dateByAddingTimeInterval:100000];
I get that *now is instantiated by the class method “date” however, what exactly is going on with *later?
I understand that it is a pointer of type NSDate, but is it a pointer to a new NSDate object in memory? (I guess I could print out the address values, but I’m not sure that would really answer the question).
Is *later available to accept messages just like *now is?
Thanks in advance.