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February 3, 2012

Every once in a while I see someone ask (twitter, irc, etc.) if it is possible to recursively call a block. Yes, it is- and it's very useful in your own code as well. Here's a simple example:

__block void (^rBlock)(int i) = ^(int i) {

    if (i > 10) {

    printf("%d\n", i);