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The Case for Objective-C

For my iPhone Application Programming course I have become quite accustomed to using Objective-C; mostly because Apple strongly recommends requires that you write all of your code in it. Let me just begin by saying that Objective-C can be one of the most confusing and, at least at first glance, poorly designed programming languages that I have come across. Rather than using the standard C-like syntax of instance.method Objective-C uses a message passing syntax which looks a little something like [instance method].