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Mastering Swift 3 - Linux by Jon Hoffman

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Shorthand syntax for closures

In this section, we will look at a couple of ways to shorten the definition of closures.

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Using the shorthand syntax for closures is really a matter of personal preference. There are a lot of developers that like to make their code as small and compact as possible and they take great pride in doing so. However, at times, this can make code hard to read and understand for other developers.

The first shorthand syntax for closures that we are going to look at is one of the most popular and is the syntax we saw when we were using algorithms with arrays in Chapter 3, Using Swift Collections and the Tuple Type. This format is mainly used when we want to send a really small (usually one line) closure to a function, like ...

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