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Think C

Think C was a Macintosh programming language developed by THINK Technologies, Inc. in the late 1980s. It was an extended version of the ANSI C standard with additional features for Mac development and object orientation through its use of Apple's Object Pascal-derived language, Object REXX. The software was designed to work with the Think Class Library (TCL) and provided tools for building graphical user interfaces (GUIs) on classic MacOS systems. In later years, as Apple transitioned to different technology stacks and new languages like Objective-C became more prominent, Think C fell out of favor within the developer community and it ceased being actively used or supported.

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