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iOS What's New in Swift 2.0

Toby Morgan
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Toby Morgan
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Defer Statements Mistake

In the video "What's New in Swift 2.0" Prasan discusses Defer statements and says that multiple Defer statements are executed in the order they are written, but having just completed the Swift 2.0 track where Defer statements are also discussed he stated they are executed in reverse order. One or the other video needs a call out for correction. Thanks.

pretty sure the course would be right, but just in case I'll add Pasan Premaratne

1 Answer

Pasan Premaratne
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Pasan Premaratne
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Hey Toby Morgan,

The correct answer is that they are executed in reverse order. The what's new in Swift 2.0 workshop was made while Swift 2 was still in beta. I can't remember exactly if the behavior was different at that point but I'll correct that. Thanks for the heads up