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Objective-C is a superset of the C language and if you get a book that will teach you Objective-C, they usually start with the basics of C and then introduce OOP and Obj-C shortly after.

The thing to remember is that C is not a OOP language while Obj-C is and you want to learn to do the right things from the get go..

So basically, as you are learning Obj-C, you will be learning C as well..

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