1- Intro Obj C

1- Intro Obj C - Overview of Objective-C CSE to Fall 2010...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/11 Overview of Objective-C CSE 390 Fall 2010
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5/7/11 What is Objective-C? Objective-C is an object-oriented superset of the C programming language C is a procedural programming language, where data and logic are separated in code In Objective-C data and logic are combined into a class (encapsulation)
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5/7/11 History of Objective-C 1972 - C programming language introduced 1980 – SmallTalk development leads to Objective-C in 1983 1988 – NeXTStep acquires license to Objective-C 1996 – Apple buys NeXT 2002 – OS X is built on Objective-C
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5/7/11 Differences with other C descendants C#, Java, and C++ were developed to be stand-alone languages with their own rules, and so they look different than C, and from each other Objective-C looks like C with lots of stuff added So there are 2 ways to do things in Objective-C, the “old C way” and the “new Obj C way”
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5/7/11 Cocoa Touch A set of pre-written classes for Obj C such as utility functions that make up the Foundation Framework User Interface elements are contained in the UIKit Framework, as
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