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Lazy Stored Property Swift provides a flexible property called 'Lazy Stored Property' where it won't calculate the initial values when the variable is initialized for the first time. 'lazy' modifier is used before the variable declaration to have it as a lazy stored property. Lazy Properties are used: 

To delay object creation.

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When the property is dependent on other parts of a class, that are not known yet

class sample { lazy var no = number() // `var` declaration is required. }

class number { var name = "Swift" }

var firstsample = sample() println(firstsample.no.name) When we run the above program using playground, we get the following result: Swift

Instance Variables In Objective C, Stored properties also have instance variables for back up purposes to store the values declared in stored property. Swift integrates both these concepts into a single 'stored property' declaration. Instead of having a corresponding instance variable and back up value 'stored property' contains all integrated information defined in a single location about the variables property by variable name, data type and memory management functionalities.

Computed Properties Rather than storing the values computed properties provide a getter and an optional setter to retrieve and set other properties and values indirectly. class sample { var no1 = 0.0, no2 = 0.0 var length = 300.0, breadth = 150.0 109

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