Array constants are a type of constant that can only be used in initializers. They are defined using the “let” keyword, and they cannot contain any other types besides arrays or dictionaries.
This is an example of a valid array: let some numbers = [1, 2, 3]
This is an invalid array: let some numbers = [“a string”, [0, 0], “another type”]
Breakdown of the Array Constants blog post content so far: – title – description – explanation of what arrays are and how they can be used. Breakdown done!
In this section, we will create a list of topics that should be covered in our long-form content. These items may not necessarily contain bullet points or numbers yet; this is just to get a sense of what you would want to cover in your article.
You don’t have to use all these ideas if it’s too much work, but I think these basics should serve as a good starting point for most articles on programming languages.