Great tutorial, especially the precedence group part that I just discovered
I just want to clarify a point, when you introduce protocol operators, your first paragraph is :
Some protocols are required members of protocols. For example, a type that conforms to Equatable must implement the == operator. Similarly, a type that conforms to Comparable must implement at least < (and optionally >, >=, and <=)
You should note that Comparable protocol needs also to implement the == operator, since according to Comparable protocol reference, Comparable extends Equatable.
Only the < operator have to be implemented because, as written in the Comparable protocol reference, default implementation exists for the others :
Because default implementations of the remainder of the relational operators are provided by the standard library, you’ll be able to use !=, >, <=, and >= with instances of your type without any further code.
All these operators can be obtained by the two needed :
A != B <=> !(A == B)
A > B <=> B < A
A <= B <=> (A < B) || (A == B)
A >= B <=> (B < A) || (A == B)
Sorry for not replying sooner, I’ve been really backed up and haven’t had a chance to check in. You’re definitely correct, and I’ll make the appropriate changes in a couple hours to fix that error. Thanks for pointing it out!
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