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swift(1)		      Swift Documentation		      swift(1)

NAME
       swift - the amazingly new programming language

SYNOPSIS
       swift [-help] [input-filename [program-arguments]]

       swiftc [-emit-object|-emit-assembly|-emit-library]
	 [-help]
	 -o output-file
	 input-filenames

       The full	list of	supported options is available via "swift -help" or
       "swiftc -help".

DESCRIPTION
       Swift is	a new, high performance	systems	programming language.  It has
       a clean and modern syntax, and offers seamless access to	existing C and
       Objective-C code	and frameworks,	and is memory safe (by default).

       Although	inspired by Objective-C	and many other languages, Swift	is not
       itself a	C-derived language. As a complete and independent language,
       Swift packages core features like flow control, data structures,	and
       functions, with high-level constructs like objects, protocols,
       closures, and generics.	Swift embraces modules,	eliminating the	need
       for headers and the code	duplication they entail.

swift 3.1.1			  2017-04-21			      swift(1)

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