Swift functions are actually a type of closure, and Swift’s implementation of closures is both flexible and powerful—ranging from anonymous inline closures similar to Objective-C blocks, to complex functions extending far beyond the capabilities of an Objective-C method.
Function Type Custom Operator Reference Type Return Type Instance Method
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