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Closure or User Data Arguments

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The callback interface that one is using may provide a means of passing back a user-supplied parameter (usually a 32-bit value) in order to provide "closure". However, as callbacks are implemented with blocks, one can capture whatever closure is required in the block, and so one can normally ignore any "user data" argument.