The fourth argument of ossDecode() has to be the address of a pointer. It can either be the address of a pointer declared to reference the compiler-generated type intended for decoding or it can be the address of a void pointer. However, when using the address of a non-void pointer, be sure to use a (void**) cast.
In either case the decoder will be able to fill the correct compiler-generated structure with the values from the input encoding.
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