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Difference between Set (Swift ) and NSSet

June 7, 2015

One major difference I have observed between Set introduced as part of Swift and NSSet which is already available in Foundation framework is the way isSubSet method works in both.

NSSet does not bother the difference between a proper subset and a subset. But Set in Swift has method called

isStrictSubsetOf  in addition to isSubsetOf  which captures the scenario which Foundation fails to.

Swift Set

var set1 = Set(["r","a","m"])
var set2 = Set(["r","a","m"])

var bool = set1.isSubsetOf(set2) as Bool
var bool1 = set1.isStrictSubsetOf(set2) as Bool

 bool = set2.isStrictSubsetOf(set2) as Bool

 

Foundation NSSet 


NSSet *set1 = [NSSet setWithObjects:@"a", @"b", @"c", nil];

NSSet *set3 = [NSSet setWithObjects:@"a", @"b", @"c", nil];;

NSLog(@"isEqual :%d", [set1 isEqualToSet:set3]);

NSLog(@"isSubSet :%d", [set1 isSubsetOfSet:set1]);
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For differences between Proper Subset and Subset
https://www.mathsisfun.com/sets/sets-introduction.html

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