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The programming language Objective-C made its appearance during the 80s and was designed for the orientating of objects by integrating messaging into the C language. At that time, NeXT had chosen Objective-C to be the operating system for NeXSTEP. At the same time, Objective-C was Apple’s language for programming purposes and which helped to develop both mac and iOS though their own application programming interface, Cocoa Touch, and Cocoa, up until the 2014 introduction of the Swift programming.