Closures in Swift, SwiftUI
Hello everyone. WELCOME TO THE ANONYMOUS FUNCTION. Today the topic is closures, which are a bit like anonymous functions. I would like to share with you the information I have learned on this subject and the experiences I have gained while learning about this subject. While sharing these, I hope that the article will be useful to you. I am going to try to explain all the information about the ANONYMOUS FUNCTION.
A Swift closure may or may not return a value. If we want our closure to return some value, we need to mention its return type and use the return statement.
In addition, I want to mention is shorthand parameter. If one or more of a function’s final parameters are functions, you can use trailing closure syntax. You can also use shorthand parameter names such as $0 and $1, but I would recommend doing that only under the same conditions.
And also we can use closures as parameters when they accept parameters.
In conclusion, This article was the first article I wrote. I chose to share as a method when I learned what I learned. I hope I could be useful to you.
Resources I used to learn the information I shared above:
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