How to write iOS app purely in C Usually

How to write iOS app purely in C

Usually I then replace some Obj-C code with pure C code (after all you can mix them as much as you like, the content of an Obj-C method can be entirely, pure C code)

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Objective-C is a superset of the C-language, so it is theoretically possible to write a program entirely in C, however, unless you are thoroughly versed in OpenGL ES. You’ll need to do at least some objC (Even Rich’s sample has a const NSString* in it ), else you’ll have to write the views yourself.

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