Why Kotlin’s Elvis Operator is Better Than Swift’s Guard Statement

It’s similar but better

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If you’ve programmed for iOS Swift before, you’ll find this interesting keyword, guard, that helps to guard and ensure some condition is met or some variable is not null before proceeding.

func process(couldBeNullMesage: String?) {
guard let notNullMessage = couldBeNullMesage else {…

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