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iOS Object-Oriented Objective-C Memory, Arrays and Loops, Oh My! Introduction to NSArray and NSMutableArray

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Roop P
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Objects and Literals?

When using a @ (literal) does that mean it stores it as an object but literally. For example the boolean YES or NO would be stored as an Object here. meaning taken in as 0 or 1 but stored as object "0" and "1"?

NSLog (@"YES: %@ NO: %@", @YES, @NO);