Join Scott Gardner for an in-depth discussion in this video Sequences and collections, part 1, part of Swift 3 Essential Training: Beyond the Basics.
- [Narrator] There are several convenience methods…for working with collections or sequences.…But before I get into that,…let me explain the difference…between a sequence and a collection.…A sequence is a simple list of values.…It can be iterated over…such as in a for-in loop.…However, a sequence should generally…only be iterated for one time,…because the sequence type…makes no guarantee that the iteration…won't be destructive.…A collection is a sequence.…It inherits from sequence.…Additionally a collection's elements…are accessible via subscripting.…It could be iterated over multiple times.…
And it's elements can be accessed multiple times…via it's subscript index.…For example, a range is a sequence…versus an array is a collection.…You can't index into a range,…because it's only a sequence.…But you can index into an array,…because it's a collection.…You can iterate over a sequence though,…however, you cannot assume…that a sequence won't be consumed…during iteration.…
So you should avoid repeatedly iterating…over the same sequence.…
- Adding source files, resources, links, and literals
- Adding pages to a playground
- Using overflow operators and bitwise operators
- Using ranges with strings
- Creating complex sequences
- Chaining higher-order functions
- Defining lazy properties
- Using failable initializers
- Mutating methods
- Working with singletons
- Nesting function types
- Creating error types and recursive enumerations
- Extending concrete types
- Referencing selectors and key paths
- Working with protocol-oriented programming
- Defining class-only protocols and optional protocols
- Using option sets, type checking, and casting operators
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3. Strings and Characters
4. Sequences and Collections
5. Control Flow
6. Value and Reference Types
9. Access Control
Understand access control3m 47s
Next steps1m 2s
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