Swift 4 supports several types of range operators which are used as shorthand for expressing a range of values.
Closed Range Operator
The closed range operator (a...b) specifies the range between a and b (here a and b inclusive and value of a should not be greater than value of b). The closed range operator is useful when you have to iterate over a range in which you want all of the values to be used, such as with a for-in loop.
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Half-Open Range Operator
The half-open range operator (a..<b) specifies a range between a to b, but it doesn?t include b. It is called half-open range operator because it contains its first value, but not its final value. Similarly as closed range operator, the value of a must not be greater than b in half-open range operator also. If the value of a is equal to b, then the resulting range will be empty.
Half-open range operator is generally used with arrays where it counts the length of the list.
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One Sided Ranges
One sided ranges operator is an alternative form of closed range operator or half-open range operator in one direction only.
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