I'm learning Objective-C, and they use
#import "File.h" instead of
#include "File.h" . The tutorial I'm using says that import is like an include once thing, and it basically implements the #ifndef blocks that's normally done manually in C++. I was just wondering if this is something specific to Objective C, or if it's built into the C predecessor, and technically could be used with C++, but just isn't commonly.