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@xstep, you are correct sir..C < (Obj-C | C++)...the geek in me..

@Macman95; In XCode, File->New Project. Choose Application and then Command Line Tool. In the Type choose C, then hit Choose and create a name..

This will create a simple C project that you can immediately build and run. You can then modify it further..

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