Swift Set is an unordered collection of unique elements.
There is no order for elements that are stored in a Set. Therefore, we cannot use index to access elements of a Set.
The following is a simple example of a Set named
let fruits: Set = ["apple", "banana", "cherry", "mango"]
The following tutorials cover how to create a Set, access properties of a Set, iterate over the elements, etc.
- Swift – Create an Empty Set
- Swift – Create Set from Array
- Swift – Print Elements of Set
- Swift – Set Size
- Swift – Iterate over Set
- Swift – Get Random Element from Set
- Swift – Check if two Sets are Equal
- Swift – Check if two Sets are Not Equal
- Swift – Check if this Set is Subset of Another Set
- Swift – Check if this Set is Superset of Another Set
- Swift – Check if two Sets are Disjoint
Update / Transform
- Swift – Insert Element to Set
- Swift – Remove Element from Set
- Swift – Shuffle Elements of a Set
- Swift – Sort Elements of a Set
In this Swift Tutorial, we learned about Sets, and covered different topics related to Sets in Swift programming.