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iOS Build a Simple iPhone App with Swift Creating a Data Model Refactoring Into a Model

Ben Chamla
Ben Chamla
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Hi, I wanted to know how come we don't need to "import" the "FactBook.swift" at the top of the "ViewController". thanks

How come we don't need to import a file to use what's in it ?

1 Answer

Because the Swift compiler does it for you. The only time you'll need to import anything into Swift is when you're using a bridging-header to import old objective-c APIs/frameworks. Other than that, you're good to go!