You can interchange Objective-C and C/C++, so technically you could program everything on the Mac in C/C++ and use Objective-C purely for the front end work. Objective-C can be quite confusing at first but if you have programming experience or gain programming experience in another language, it can help. |
If you want to avoid Obj-C you can start by creating non-OO procedural code in a command driven application before moving up to the big stuff such as OO and front end.
I'm not in front of my Mac at the moment so I can't remember the name of the project that you need to select to do a command line program. But that's usually the best place to start.
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