Objective-C Reference in Numb3rs
I was watching Numb3rs when I came across something interesting. So I took a screenshot:
That language is almost definitely Objective-C. The giveways are: the commenting style, the use of brackets for method calls, and the unusual method syntax (for example,
I thought that was interesting. Why are they using Objective-C? It’s not a very portable language. For the kind of stuff they are doing, I would expect C or C++.
And then, I found this:
If you pause at 0:35, there’s a line that says
Like, what’s the deal with that? Why is there an array of crayons?