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var mark1 = 300 var mark2 = 400 var mark3 = 900 } let marks = studentMarks() println("Mark1 is \(marks.mark1)") println("Mark2 is \(marks.mark2)") println("Mark3 is \(marks.mark3)") When we run the above program using playground, we get the following result: Mark1 is 300 Mark2 is 400 Mark3 is 900

Class Identity Operators Classes in Swift refers multiple constants and variables pointing to a single instance. To know about the constants and variables pointing to a particular class instance identity operators are used. Class instances are always passed by reference. In Classes NSString, NSArray, and NSDictionary instances are always assigned and passed around as a reference to an existing instance, rather than as a copy. Identical to Operators

Not Identical to Operators

Operator used is (===)

Operator used is (!==)

Returns true when two constants or variables pointing to a same instance

Returns true when two constants or variables pointing to a different instance

class SampleClass: Equatable { let myProperty: String init(s: String) { myProperty = s } } func ==(lhs: SampleClass, rhs: SampleClass) -> Bool { return lhs.myProperty == rhs.myProperty }

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