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Wabby10873yForget Objective-c unless you will be maintaining/working on large scales projects already implemented.
Swift is the future.
Obj-c is nice to know, but all Apples docs have now been updates to include both Obj-c and swift so learn swift my friend.
I'd go for "abomination". My short time learning it manifested itself with me looking at the manual between the fingers of my hand that was stuck to my forehead.
It's weird, but not terrible once you get used to it. Apple made it pretty useful with classes, properties, protocols (interfaces), Grand Central dispatch, and easy multithreading.