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When Apple introduced Swift during its Worldwide Developer's conference in 2014, it was promoted as an easier, safer, and faster programming language for iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS development than Objective-C. While both Swift and Objective-C allow object-oriented programming, Swift goes one step further and offers protocol-oriented programming as well.
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