What does $0 and $1 mean in Swift Closures?


let sortedNumbers = numbers.sort { $0 > $1 }
print(sortedNumbers)

Can anyone explain, what $0 and $1 means in swift?

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array.forEach {
    actions.append($0)
}

Answers:


$0 is the first parameter passed into the closure. $1 is the second parameter, etc. That closure you showed is shorthand for:

let sortedNumbers = numbers.sort { (firstObject, secondObject) in 
    return firstObject > secondObject
}