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    @Cyanide Objective-C is the language that preceded Swift, and was used to create iOS and macOS applications. It uses a syntax that’s very very reminiscent to the Smalltalk syntax, a very old and now obsolete language that was used in the 1990s. In my opinion, this was the absolute WORST decision Apple has ever made when making a language for developers to write in. It’s so unreadable and so cluttered that even seasoned developers are having a genuinely hard time reading it. Today, it’s considered legacy because Swift is slowly but surely replacing it, god bless.
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