Swift Programming Tutorial: Enums

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This article is part of my Swift Programming Tutorial series.

The primary goal of declaring a data type is to avoid unnecessary related errors in your program by making you code clean and organized.

Swift has 6 basic data types: string, character, integer, float, double, and bool. This data types are built in order for Swift to store different kinds of values in both variables…

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