Programming in Swift: Functions & Types

Jan 4 2022 Swift 5.5, iOS 15, Xcode 13

Part 3: Enumerations

23. Switch Statements

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At this point, you’re familiar with a few different ways of controlling the flow of execution in your apps: if statements, while loops, and for loops. Now, you’ll learn about one more method of control flow: switch statements.

func getSeason(
(for month: Month) -> Season {

}
if month == .december
.december || month == .january || month == .february {

}
return .winter
switch 
switch month 
switch month {

}
case .december
case .december😺:
  return .winter
case .december, .january, .february:
  case .march:
    <#code#>
  case .april:
    <#code#>
  case .may:
    <#code#>
  case .june:
    <#code#>
  case .july:
    <#code#>
  case .august:
    <#code#>
  case .september:
    <#code#>
  case .october:
    <#code#>
  case .november:
    <#code#>
  }
case .march, .april, .may:
    return .spring
case .june, .july, .august:
    return .summer
case .september, .october, .november:
    return .autumn
getSeason(for: .august)