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Differences between C++ and Objective C?!

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  • Started 3 years ago by c3phalex1n
  • Latest reply from hatryst
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c3phalex1n
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Hi there, i have a question.
Guys, What's difference between C++ and Objective C?!
Can someone explain that ?

Sorry im bad english speaking!

Posted 3 years ago
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vistamike
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c3phalex1n, hi. Not my sphere really but;

'C++ allows multiple inheritance, Objective-C doesn't.'

http://stackoverflow.com/quest.....e-c-from-c

Mike

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hatryst
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As far as I know, Objective C is advancement in C++ and C#, and is the language for developing iOS apps (a part of the iOS SDK, Xcode, and all that stuff)

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