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iOS Object-Oriented Swift Properties Computed Properties

Multiple Computed Properties

Referring to when Amit created the table instance, if Amit were creating an app for a furniture store and he had a catalogue of over 100 tables with different dimensions to add to the app. Does he have to create a new computed property with their dimensions for each table? Eg. ashleysDesignerTable, jacksWoodenTable etc.

1 Answer

Sebastien Thomas
Sebastien Thomas
16,502 Points

Hi Leviticus,

A computed property applies to all instances of a class, so you would only write it once and each instance could access it.