Sahil Kapoor - 3 months ago 20

Swift Question

I want to convert a

`Range`

`Int`

`Set<Int>`

`[0..<count]`

`Set[1,2,3..count]`

Answer

A (countable) range is a *sequence,* and `Set`

has an initializer

```
public init<Source : Sequence where Source.Iterator.Element == Element>(_ sequence: Source)
```

which allows to create a set from a sequence directly:

```
let count = 10
let range = 0..<count // CountableRange<Int>
let set = Set(range) // Set<Int>
```

Or just

```
let count = 10
let set = Set(0..<count) // Set<Int>
```

Or

```
let set = Set(0..<10) // Set<Int>
```

Note that there is also `IndexSet`

which is a dedicated type
to manage sets of (non-negative) integer values:

```
let indexSet = IndexSet(0..<10)
```