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Q: Objective-C : NSMutableDictionary is being released unexpectedly I am working on a project in Objective-C. I have followed the code in another thread like so : NSMutableDictionary *tempDictionary = [[NSMutableDictionary alloc] init]; [tempDictionary setObject:[NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@", self.tooltip] forKey:@"value"]; [self setObject:tempDictionary forKey:@"tooltipValues"]; [tempDictionary release]; However, when I try to access the value, the setObject line is throwing up a EXC_BAD_ACCESS. I have placed the release line in a function to make sure it is actually being called after I have finished using the object (I was thinking that maybe I might have released it before the method returned) but it is not being called at all. What could be wrong? A: As Sian suggested, make sure the caller of this code doesn't call autorelease on the tempDictionary object before the call to setObject:forKey. Junyapithaya Junyapithaya () is a 2001 Indian Tamil-language comedy film written, co-produced and directed by Hari. It is a remake of the 2000 Telugu film Lollaru Lollaru. The film featured Suhasini and Venkatesh in the lead roles, while Ramji, Vivek, Singampuli and Pasupathy play supporting roles. The film released on 24 January 2001 and was a financial success at the box office. Plot The movie starts with Sundari (Suhasini) working as a driver in Mumbai. Her friend Dharani (Venkatesh) asks her to help him in an important mission. He tells her that he has a younger brother who lives in a village in Tamil Nadu and he has sent his wife's brother to Dubai to be trained as a pilot. However, his brother has died in a plane crash and he has been left with a small daughter (Supriya). Sundari helps Dharani to find the missing brother. After getting the brother's address, Sundari returns to the village and stays there. She is helped by the villagers and she comes to know about Sundari's character and how she was involved in the drama which took place between her parents.