IIRC there was an Object C that was OO. You can use ADT programming to simulate OO in C but true OO is not really viable in C.Quote:
Originally Posted by B0bDole
C, C++, Python, PHP, (but not C#) are all tools that were designed to run on any platform but have different uses. If you were writing a program for an embedded system that had a very small stack you had better be using C over C++. And you probably should be using Structured / Prodecural programming over OO programming. But thats because of the limitations of the environment. use the right tool and all will be well.