The assignment operator = sets a variable or constant to a value.
In Swift, you can create a constant by assigning a value to a constant name as shown here:
let companyName = "abc" let factor = 5
You can create a variable using the assignment operator:
var customerName1 = "abc"
You can assign a variable or constant to another:
var customerName2 = customerName1
You can assign a tuple directly to a variable or constant:
let pt1 = (3,4)
You can decompose the value of a tuple into multiple variables or constants by using the assignment operator:
let (x,y) = (5,6) print(x) //5 print(y) //6