AboutT420 + Arch + i3 + vim Terminal Junkie Favorite Imperative Language: • C++ Favorite Functional Languages: • Haskell • Common Lisp
SkillsHaskell, Common Lisp, Java, Swift, Objective-C, C++, C, Solidity, Arm v7 Assembly, Bash, VimScript, Python, GNU/Linux
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Objective-C syntax is more readable than Swift.
The verbose naming conversations feel natural in Objective-C, but in Swift they look rather nasty to me.
Also Swift syntax feels inconsistent in many parts of the language, which forces you to memorize when you can and when you can't use a certain feature (i.e where, case).
Am I the only one that thinks Objective-C looks a lot cleaner than Swift code?
Note: This is an opinion, not trying to start a war. Just curious if I'm alone on this.8