Returns a data object initialized by adding to it a given number of bytes of data from a given buffer, with a custom deallocator block.
- iOS 7.0+
- macOS 10.9+
- tvOS 7.0+
- watchOS 2.0+
A buffer containing data for the new object.
The number of bytes to hold from
bytes. This value must not exceed the length of
A block to invoke when the resulting
NSDataobject is deallocated.
A data object initialized by adding to it
length bytes of data from the buffer
bytes. The returned object might be different than the original receiver.
Use this method to define your own deallocation behavior for the data buffer you provide.
In order to avoid any inadvertent strong reference cycles, you should avoid capturing pointers to any objects that may in turn maintain strong references to the
NSData object. This includes explicit references to
self, and implicit references to
self due to direct instance variable access. To make it easier to avoid these references, the
deallocator block takes two parameters, a pointer to the
buffer, and its length; you should always use these values instead of trying to use references from outside the block.