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This chapter has been a review of the basic parts of the C language. The review continues in Chapter 2, “More about C Variables,” which covers the memory layout of a C program, declaring variables, variable scope and lifetimes, and dynamic allocation of memory. Chapter 3, “An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming,” begins the real business of this book: object-oriented programming and the object part of Objective-C.

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