Join Scott Gardner for an in-depth discussion in this video Use if case and for case, part of Swift 3 Essential Training: Beyond the Basics.
- [Instructor] In the basics course,…I show you how to use if and for statements…and switch statements too.…Imagine if you could combine the two.…Swift includes the if case and for case statements…for when working with enumerations with associated values.…I'm starting off with the definition…of a number enumeration and a sum number constant…equal to number.floatingpoint…with an associated value of 12.34.…If I want to do something with that value,…I could use a switch statement.…
For the floating point case, I do something with that value,…but for the other two cases, I simply break…because I'm not interested in those values at the moment.…If I really only cared if the sum value…constant was a floating point value,…I could pair down the switch statement a bit…by adding a default case and removing the other two cases.…
That actually only saves me a single line of code,…but at least it helps better convey…intention with a switch statement,…but it's still a lot of boilerplate code…when all I wanted to do was work with…
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