On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 04:05:09PM -0700, Lin Jianfong wrote:
> As far as I know, objective C is sort of ancestor to C++, an object 
> oriented C, and I doubt if anyone is still using it nowadays. As for 
> re-entrant, this is used when doing thread programming.
Objective C is NOT an ancestor of C++. It is an OO language looking like
something between Smalltalk and C.
It was widely used in NextStep and is now used in Mac OS X.

And you probably do not need it (it's an interesting language, though).

What do you care what other people think?

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