Instance Method

mutableSetValueForKeyPath:

Returns a mutable set that provides read-write access to the unordered to-many relationship specified by a given key path.

Declaration

- (NSMutableSet *)mutableSetValueForKeyPath:(NSString *)keyPath;

Parameters

keyPath

A key path, relative to the receiver, to an unordered to-many relationship.

Return Value

A mutable set that provides read-write access to the unordered to-many relationship specified by keyPath.

Discussion

See mutableSetValueForKey: for additional details.

See Also

Getting Values

- valueForKey:

Returns the value for the property identified by a given key.

- valueForKeyPath:

Returns the value for the derived property identified by a given key path.

- dictionaryWithValuesForKeys:

Returns a dictionary containing the property values identified by each of the keys in a given array.

- valueForUndefinedKey:

Invoked by valueForKey: when it finds no property corresponding to a given key.

- mutableArrayValueForKey:

Returns a mutable array proxy that provides read-write access to an ordered to-many relationship specified by a given key.

- mutableArrayValueForKeyPath:

Returns a mutable array that provides read-write access to the ordered to-many relationship specified by a given key path.

- mutableSetValueForKey:

Returns a mutable set proxy that provides read-write access to the unordered to-many relationship specified by a given key.

- mutableOrderedSetValueForKey:

Returns a mutable ordered set that provides read-write access to the uniquing ordered to-many relationship specified by a given key.

- mutableOrderedSetValueForKeyPath:

Returns a mutable ordered set that provides read-write access to the uniquing ordered to-many relationship specified by a given key path.

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