In Swift, an array is an ordered list of values of the same data type. The syntax to create an empty array of a specific data type in Swift is as follows:
var name = [Type]();
Let’s say we want to make an empty array of type
marks. We can create the array by following the syntax above:
var marks = [Int]();
We can now add integers (and only integers) to the
marks array after it has been initialized.
Note: Only items of the same data type can be stored in arrays. The array’s data type cannot be changed once it has been declared.
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