In Swift, there are three kinds of statements: simple statements, compiler control statements, and control flow statements. Simple statements are the most common and consist of either an expression or a declaration. Compiler control statements allow the program to change aspects of the compiler’s behavior and include a conditional
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Methods are functions that are associated with a particular type. Classes, structures, and enumerations can all define instance methods, which encapsulate specific tasks and functionality for working with an instance of a given type. Classes, structures, and enumerations can also define type methods, which are associated with the type itself.
Properties associate values with a particular class, structure, or enumeration. Suppose if we need to change or access an iVar in your class using an object of your class, then there should be getter and setter methods assigned to the iVar. A property is used mainly when other objects need
1. Introduction Classes and structures are general-purpose, flexible constructs that become the building blocks of your program’s code. You define properties and methods to add functionality to your classes and structures by using exactly the same syntax as for constants, variables, and functions. In Swift, you define a class
Access control restricts access to parts of your code from code in other source files and modules. This feature enables you to hide the implementation details of your code, and to specify a preferred interface through which that code can be accessed and used. You can assign specific access levels
Swift provides a several advanced operators bitwise and bit shifting to perform a more complex operations. In swift, Arithmetic operators won’t show the overflow value by default. To opt the behavior of overflow, swift uses the second set of advanced operators such as the addition operators +& and all
1. Introduction An optional in Swift is a type that can hold either a value or no value. Optionals are written by appending a ? to any type: var optionalName: String? = "Developer Insider" print(optionalName) //prints "Optional("Developer Insider")" Optionals are one of the most
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An operator is a special symbol or phrase that you use to check, change, or combine values. For example, the addition operator (+) adds two numbers, as in let i = 1 + 2. Swift supports most standard C operators and improves several capabilities to eliminate common coding errors. Like, the assignment operator