iOS @buffer. Author for Pluralsight, contributor to a few books, conference talks and some other stuff! Writing at swiftjectivec.com
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Hahaha ahhhhh now I see! In the code sample 🙈!
I was confused, reading the definition again and thinking “Did I miss something!?”
I think I have it right. The big difference between Open and Public is that open allows access/subclassing outside of its defining module, whereas public doesn’t.
Thanks for reading!
Fixed. Thanks for reading!
Didn’t know that, super awesome! Thanks for reading!
Thanks Alex, it’s fixed now. That snip was taken from one of my old blog posts. Good ol’ Swift changes so dang fast 😜. Thanks for reading!
Yup that was a typo on my end, it’s fixed now. Thanks for reading and thanks for the catch!
Fixed. Thanks for the catch and thanks for reading!
Hey Victor — that was an error on my part! It’s now fixed, thanks for reading!
Fixed! Thanks for the catch and thanks for reading!