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How to iterate an array in reverse in Swift?

question swift
Ram Patra Published on August 9, 2020
Version - Swift 5.0+

From Swift 5.0, you can use any of the following approaches to iterate an array in reverse.

A. Using reversed() method:

Example 1:

let numbers = (0 ... 3).reversed()

for num in numbers {
    print(num)
}

Output:

3
2
1
0

Example 2:

let languages = ["Java", "Swift", "Go"]

for language in languages.reversed() {
    print("\(language)")
}

Output:

Go
Swift
Java

B. Using stride() method:

Example 1:

let sequence = stride(from: 3, to: -1, by: -1)

for index in sequence {
    print(index)
}

Output:

3
2
1
0
Ram Patra Published on August 9, 2020
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