Mixing C and Objective-C


One of the great strengths of Objective-C is that it allows seamless integration with C functions and variables. This gives you direct access to the vast wealth of existing CAPIs. This chapter discusses the basic ways to mix C and Objective-C code in the same application, and covers Core Foundation, a C library that includes data structures that are interchangeable with Objective-C objects. Mixing languages creates some interesting memory management issues, which are explained toward the end of the chapter.


Object Pointer Garbage Collection Memory Management Source File Seamless Integration 
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