What output will be produced by the code below?
let oneMillion = 1_000_000 let oneThousand = oneMillion / 0_1_0_0_0 print(oneThousand)
Correct answer: 1000.
Explanation: Swift allows you to use any number of leading zeroes before a number, and any number of underscores inside a number, in order to make reading easier. The example given,
0_1_0_0_0, is unlikely, but a perfectly valid way to write 1000.