Instance MethodSwift


    Returns a view presenting the elements of the collection in reverse order.

    func reversed() -> ReversedCollection<Self>


    You can reverse a collection without allocating new space for its elements by calling this reversed() method. A ReversedCollection instance wraps an underlying collection and provides access to its elements in reverse order. This example prints the characters of a string in reverse order:

    let word = "Backwards"
    for char in word.reversed() {
        print(char, terminator: "")
    // Prints "sdrawkcaB"

    If you need a reversed collection of the same type, you may be able to use the collection’s sequence-based or collection-based initializer. For example, to get the reversed version of a string, reverse its characters and initialize a new String instance from the result.

    let reversedWord = String(word.reversed())
    // Prints "sdrawkcaB"