One cool thing about Swift is that it contains generators and sequences. They provide an easy way to iterate over a list of values. Ultimately, they boil down to two different protocols:
SequenceType. If you implement the
SequenceType protocol in your custom types, it allows you to use the
for-in loop over an instance of your type. In this section, we will look at how to do that.
The most critical part of this is the
GeneratorType protocol. Essentially, a generator is an object that you can use repeatedly to ask for the next object in a series until there are no objects left. Most of the time, you can simply use an array for this, but it is not always the best solution. For example, ...