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I am having problems adding objects to my NSMutableArray. It seems that something gets added (object count increases by 1 in debugger), but the only thing added is a 0x0 (null) instead of the address of an object. I've read through everything somewhat relevant that I could find, but I couldn't find anything that seemed to answer this issue. Most related posts seem to revolve around memory management, but the solution is not jumping out at me.
I appreciate any help you can provide.
I've included what I think are the relevant parts of the code. Please tell me if you need to see anything more.
[self.boardObjects addObject: mine]; // Second breakpoint here topObject = 1;
} // End viewDidLoad
I put breakpoints at the addObject lines (commented in code). When execution stops at the first breakpoint, the debugger shows a good tempPlayer, and a good gamePlayer (both non-null, with the same address). It shows 0 objects in boardObjects, like this:
boardObjects = (_NSArrayM *) 0x4b22080 0 objects
When I step over this breakpoint, the debugger shows 1 object in boardObjects, as follows:
When I continue program execution, and the debugger stops at the next breakpoint, I also see a good mine object, with boardObjects still described as above. After stepping over this breakpoint, boardObjects now looks like this: