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iOS Intermediate Swift Object Initialization Initialization of Value and Reference Types

Lone Nielsen
Lone Nielsen
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Need help to find the right answer Can anyone help me?

Please fill in the correct answer in each blank provided below. When one initializer calls another this process is known as initializer

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Matthew Long
Matthew Long
28,383 Points

The term you're looking for is initializer delegation. Initializers can call other initializers to perform part of an instance’s initialization. This process, known as initializer delegation, avoids duplicating code across multiple initializers.

Learn more about delegation on the Swift Documentation.