In Swift Programming, should we need to declare datatype of the variable or will the variable change it's type based on value?
Which one is enough to declare a variable:
var MyVar: Int = 50
var Myvar = 50
var myVar: Int = 50
var myVar = 50
They are absolutely equivalent. The
: Int is unnecessary because you are assigning
50 right there in the declaration, so Swift infers that this is to be an Int variable.
If you are going to assign as part of the declaration, the only time you need to supply the type is when the type is surprising. For example:
var myChar : Character = "s"
If you don't say Character, you'll get a String.