Question: Am I correct in assuming that the first few chapters of this book (and the simple command-line programs that we write) fall under the C programming language (as opposed to Objective-C)?
In my coursework at school I took several classes that were focused on C# and Microsoft’s IDE. As I’ve started getting more into Aaron’s book I noticed that the structure of Objective-C to be - essentially - the same as C# (which I expected, given that they’re both object oriented languages).
I have an interest in learning C since it’s extremely prolific in the development community, but I’ve always assumed that - since C is procedural - it would be markedly different from what I was taught initially (OOP). But after going through the beginning of this book, I began to wonder if I wasn’t doing C at the very beginning of the book. Am I correct in this understanding? How difficult would it be for me to pick up C, if I already know a couple of OOP languages?