Hi guys,
Not quite getting the example in our BNREmployee class.

[code]- (NSString *)description

return [NSString stringWithFormat:@"<Employee %d>", self.employeeID];

Why is Employee in angle brackets?

I know that %d returns an integer and have tried out this code in Xcode where it outputs ‘Employee 12’, but I’m just not sure what is going on with the angle brackets. I didn’t see them mentioned in the book or in apple documentation for this class.

They (angle brackets) have no special significance inside the format string, they are simply being used to decorate the output.

Awesome, thank you.