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iOS Objective-C Basics Basic Data Types and Variables Numerical Data Types: ints, floats and doubles

Eli E
Eli E
10,142 Points

Does Objective c ever stop feeling so clunky?

This just feels really clunky and poorly made? Is that something you get used to?

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,005 Points

I'm not sure anyone "gets used to it". I think that's why they invented swift. :laughing:

Eli E
Eli E
10,142 Points

Will I still need to know it by the time I'm out of college in 2019?

@Eli E My guess is there will be still plenty of legacy hardware and software that will continue to use Objective C for years to come, so it'd be to your advantage to learn both Swift and Objective C.