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Different Syntax

Objective-C and Java make radically different decisions in terms of syntax. Java was intended to be approachable by C users and so adopts C-like syntax everywhere. Objective-C, being a superset of C, takes the philosophy that all new semantics should be accompanied by new syntax.

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