Instance Method

initWithArray:copyItems:

Initializes a newly allocated set with the objects that are contained in a given array, optionally copying the items.

Declaration

- (instancetype)initWithArray:(NSArray<ObjectType> *)set copyItems:(BOOL)flag;

Parameters

array

An array of objects to add to the new set.

If the same object appears more than once in array, it is represented only once in the returned ordered set.

flag

If YES the objects are copied to the ordered set; otherwise NO.

Return Value

An initialized ordered set containing a uniqued collection of the objects contained in the array.

See Also

Initializing an Ordered Set

- initWithArray:

Initializes a newly allocated set with the objects that are contained in a given array.

- initWithArray:range:copyItems:

Initializes a newly allocated set with the objects that are contained in the specified range of an array, optionally copying the items.

- initWithObject:

Initializes a new ordered set with the object.

- initWithObjects:

Initializes a newly allocated set with members taken from the specified list of objects.

- initWithObjects:count:

Initializes a newly allocated set with a specified number of objects from a given C array of objects.

- initWithOrderedSet:

Initializes a new ordered set with the contents of a set.

- initWithOrderedSet:copyItems:

Initializes a new ordered set with the contents of a set, optionally copying the items.

- initWithOrderedSet:range:copyItems:

Initializes a new ordered set with the contents of an ordered set, optionally copying the items.

- initWithSet:

Initializes a new ordered set with the contents of a set.

- initWithSet:copyItems:

Initializes a new ordered set with the contents of a set, optionally copying the objects in the set.

- init

Initializes a newly allocated ordered set.

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