n. Hackish take on Objective-C
, the name of an
object-oriented dialect of C in competition with the
better-known C++ (it is used to write native applications on the NeXT
machine). Objectionable-C uses a Smalltalk-like syntax, but lacks
the flexibility of Smalltalk method calls, and (like many such
efforts) comes frustratingly close to attaining the Right Thing
without actually doing so.