Programming in Swift: Functions & Types

Jan 4 2022 Swift 5.5, iOS 15, Xcode 13

Part 1: Functions

5. Advanced Parameters

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Now that you’ve got a handle on overloading functions, there are a couple more fancy things you should know how to do with function parameters.

print(jessyGrade, ozmaGrade, "meow")
func getHighestGrade(for grades: Int...) -> Int {

}
  grades.max() ?? 0
getHighestGrade()
getHighestGrade(for: jessyGrade, ozmaGrade)
getHighestGrade(for: ozmaAllGrades)
//getHighestGrade(for: ozmaAllGrades)
func incrementAndPrint(_ value: Int) {

}
  value += 1
  print(value)
func incrementAndPrint(_ value: 😺inout🛑 Int) {...
incrementAndPrint(&count)
incrementAndPrint(&count)
incrementAndPrint(&count)
count