|Nov 12, 2008, 01:28 PM||#2|
I suppose technically you could; Objective-C is a "strict superset" of C, meaning that any C you write will compile quite happily.
However, by doing so you're basically shooting yourself in the foot. For the most part it's a very simple addition, and if you know C already then you'll have no trouble. Also, in order to have access to the SDK libraries (i.e. to actually do anything) you're going to need to use Objective-C.
Here's a very nice (and short) primer on Objective-C: http://www.cocoadevcentral.com/d/learn_objectivec/
|Nov 12, 2008, 01:32 PM||#3|
OK then, well I am learning C now simply because it will allow me to do a lot. After learning it I will read the Objective-C one, if its really that simple theres no problem.
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|Nov 12, 2008, 01:37 PM||#4|
I have some apps which are almost all C, except for a few files which do the Cocoa UI glue.
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