Updated for Xcode 13.3
In these chapters we’ve covered some complex but powerful features of Swift, but don’t feel bad if you struggled a bit – these really are hard to grasp at first, and they’ll only really sink in once you’ve had time to try them out in your own code.
Let’s recap what we learned:
When we boil it down to that these features seem easy, but they aren’t. You need to know about them, to know that they exist, but you need to use them only superficially in order to continue your learning journey.
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