Classes and Structures
In Chapter 4 you learned about object-oriented programming (OOP), and how an object can be represented in Swift as a class, a structure, or an enumeration type.
Unlike in other languages, in Swift classes and structures are very similar, with only few features that separate them. So as I describe and discuss the functionality of objects, this applies to both classes and structures. I’ll point out where they differ.
Here are some of the things classes and structures have in common:
Classes have some additional properties and capabilities that structures lack: