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    Default Apple Releases New Programming Language: Swift

    Apple triggered much buzz among computer enthusiasts when they released Swift, a new programming language to create iOS and Mac OS X apps. The new language is designed to be modern, fast, and easier to learn than the code commonly used today.
    Read more at http://guardianlv.com/2014/06/apple-...bWo1x1htQQE.99
    http://guardianlv.com/2014/06/apple-...anguage-swift/

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    would not touch it with a stick. but here is a better link; https://developer.apple.com/swift/

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    Saw var for creating variables. I immediately thought Javascript, then closed the page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satanforce View Post
    Saw var for creating variables. I immediately thought Javascript, then closed the page.
    its probably for implicit types like in c# but you probably like writing out the whole type name
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiel View Post
    its probably for implicit types like in c# but you probably like writing out the whole type name
    OK. You have any experience developing fro Cocoa API. I wss thinking about developing for the App Store atonepoint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satanforce View Post
    OK. You have any experience developing fro Cocoa API. I wss thinking about developing for the App Store atonepoint.
    no, I don't have a Mac so it wouldn't make sense even trying
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    the syntax looks alot cleaner that objective-c so i think id try it out if is made not necessarily open source but cross platform

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