Considering Objective C and Java are both Object Oriented Programming Languages, both have many similarities and differences. Following Table tries to compare these points.
|description||toString||When Object is sent for printing description method is called to show the contents. One can override this while defining class.|
|NSObject||Object||In Objective C you can have class without inheriting NSObject. In Java you can not create any class without inheriting from Object class.|
|NSString||String||String Class representation|
|Ways to print the output on output console or Log.|