In Swift, properties allow us to access a value that is unique to a specific structure. The count property of an array can be used to get the number of elements in the array in Swift.
Let’s say we have an array called
goods that contains some grocery items:
var goods = ["flour","sugar","melon","rice"];
When we print
goods.count the output would be as follows:
print(goods.count); // Output: 4
This property proves to be more useful when the array is long.
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