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Described as Obective-C without the C, Swift was released by Apple in 2014 and was met with mixed reactions. To existing Objective-C developers it’s a “who needs it?”, while to the millions who have struggled learning Objective-C it’s a breath of fresh air. Here I present a few cases to show why I feel that Swift as a programming language is superior to Objective-C.

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