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Selector with arguments

Hi experts,

I'm really new to iOS programming (a week in fact) and I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to pass a selector with arguments in a method.

I get the "Expected ')'  before '(' token error.

How do I do this correctly?
Thanks in advance.
// This is the method
-(void)setIsEditing:(BOOL)editing


// This is what I'm trying to do and should be doing according to the documentation, but it gives an error
      UIBarButtonItem* rightButton = [[UIBarButtonItem alloc] initWithBarButtonSystemItem:UIBarButtonSystemItemEdit target:self action:@selector(setIsEditing:YES)];

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SpeedyApocalypseCommented:
You can send information with the selector using UserInfo.  For example, create an NSDictionary and add some objects and keys to it.  When the method is called, you are able to receive that userinfo.

For example, set up your selector method like so:

-(void)myMethod:(NSTimer *)theTimer {

}

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Then retrieve the information in your userInfo by doing something along the lines of...

NSDictionary *myNewDict = theTimer.userInfo; // I forgot the exact code off hand...

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This thread contains some valuable information for you on this topic:

http://www.iphonedevsdk.com/forum/iphone-sdk-development/48724-nstimer-selector-userinfo.html


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