Join Scott Gardner for an in-depth discussion in this video Define optional protocol requirements, part of Swift 3 Essential Training: Beyond the Basics.
- In order to support optional protocol requirements…in objective C, protocol is written in Swift Two…that contained optional requirements…needed to be marked with the @objc attribute.…In swift three, each optional requirement…needs to be individually marked with the @objc attribute.…I'm continuing in this same exercise file…from the previous video.…I clarified earlier that an optional property requirement…such as the subtitle property and has title,…is not the same thing as an optional requirement.…
To make subtitle an actual optional requirement,…first I'll add the optional keyword in its definition.…I get an error that informs me,…optional can only be applied to an @objc protocol.…So I'll add that attribute to the protocol definition.…And now I get another error,…indicating that optional requirements…are an objective c compatibility feature.…Along with a fix it to add the @objc attribute…to the requirement, I'll do that.…When making a protocol requirement optional,…it also relegates adoption of the protocol to classes.…
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- Using overflow operators and bitwise operators
- Using ranges with strings
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- Defining class-only protocols and optional protocols
- Using option sets, type checking, and casting operators
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