Sometimes it’s easy to destructure an object into multiple variables of different properties instead of calling it again and again using . operator on the property or instance itself. It is beneficial for a few reasons like,

Range Operator in Swift is a basic operator that is used to operate over a range. There are multiple types of range operators where we can include or exclude the upper range. Or we can start the range with some value or can end before some max value.

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For loops are used by every developer regularly. There is for-in as well as a for-each loop in Swift which has a bit different syntaxes. Both of them are used to iterate over a range, array, set or dictionary but have a bit different syntaxes.

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Object creation is a heavy process. When we create a class object, all the public and private properties of that class are initialised inside the constructor. Every variable inside a class initialisation requires a certain amount of time to allocate the memory on the heap and hold its reference on…

Object creation is a heavy process. When we create a class object, all the public and private properties of that class are initialised inside the constructor. Every variable inside a class initialisation requires a certain amount of time to allocate the memory on the heap and hold its reference on…

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