Using cout in Swift
cout was an alternative added to C++ for
printf. It was to help comply with strict typecast code.
cout << "Hello " << "World";
double version = 6.3; cout << "Xcode " << version;
You can read this article http://swift.oz-apps.com/2015/05/chaining-cout-in-swift-like-c/ on LearnSwift blog for details on how this works and why Swift-cout was created.
cout << "Hello" << "World"
var version = 6.3 cout << "Xcode" << version
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