Swift version: 5.2
Reversing a string in Swift is done by using the
reversed() method on its characters, then creating a new string out of the result. Here's the code:
let str = "Hello, world!" let reversed = String(str.reversed()) print(reversed)
That will print "!dlrow ,olleH" to the Xcode console.
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