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  1. Swift is a command line tool developed by Apple for writing software in the Swift programming language.
  2. It provides a way to compile and run Swift code directly from the command line, without the need for an Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
  3. With Swift, developers can create applications for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS platforms.
  4. It supports both interactive mode, where developers can execute code snippets and see immediate results, and batch mode, where they can run entire Swift scripts stored in files.
  5. Swift supports a wide range of features including a clean syntax, type inference, generics, optionals, closures, and powerful error handling mechanisms.
  6. It offers compatibility with existing Objective-C code, allowing developers to integrate Swift into their existing iOS or macOS projects seamlessly.
  7. Swift provides access to thousands of open-source libraries through Swift Package Manager (SPM), enabling developers to easily integrate third-party dependencies into their projects.
  8. It has built-in support for parallel programming through Grand Central Dispatch, making it easier to write concurrent and scalable code.
  9. Swift supports multi-platform development, allowing developers to write code that can be run on multiple devices with minimal modifications.
  10. Swift is designed to be safe, fast, and expressive, making it a popular choice among developers for building robust and efficient applications on Apple platforms.

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