isEqualTo(const char *)

Tests the equality of an OSSymbol object with a C string.

Declaration

virtual bool isEqualTo(
 const char *cString) const; 

Parameters

cString

The C string to compare against the receiver.

Return Value

true if the OSSymbol's characters are equivalent to the C string's, false otherwise.

See Also

Miscellaneous

- free

Overrides OSObject::free to synchronize with the symbol pool.

- initWithCString

Overridden to prevent creation of duplicate symbols.

- initWithCStringNoCopy

Overridden to prevent creation of duplicate symbols.

- initWithString

Overridden to prevent creation of duplicate symbols.

- isEqualTo

Tests the equality of an OSSymbol object to an arbitrary object.

- isEqualTo(const OSSymbol *)

Tests the equality of two OSSymbol objects.

- taggedRelease(const void *)

Overrides OSObject::taggedRelease(const void *) to synchronize with the symbol pool.

- taggedRelease(const void *, const int)

Overrides OSObject::taggedRelease(const void *, const int) to synchronize with the symbol pool.

- withCString

Returns an OSSymbol created from a C string, or the existing unique instance of the same value.

- withCStringNoCopy

Returns an OSSymbol created from a C string, without copying that string, or the existing unique instance of the same value.

- withString

Returns an OSSymbol created from an OSString, or the existing unique instance of the same value.