The closures in Swift are explained with examples

Gurjit Singh
Mac O’Clock
Published in
3 min readApr 13, 2021

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Closures are a difficult topic to grasp in Swift, but they are simple to grasp if well described. Closures are functional blocks that can be used or passed around in code.

Closures are an old term that is identical to C and Objective-C blocks. Closures are similar to functions, but they are more flexible and have a more streamlined appearance. Closures are nested functions, and…

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Gurjit Singh
Mac O’Clock

I’m Computer Science graduate and an iOS Engineer who writes about Swift and iOS development. Follow me on twitter @gurjitpt and for more articles www.gurjit.co