Multiline string literals don’t require quotes to be escapedBasics article available: Strings
One really nice benefit of Swift’s multiline string literals - even for single lines of text - is that they don’t require quotes to be escaped. Perfect when working with things like HTML, or when creating a custom description for an object.
let html = highlighter.highlight("Array<String>") XCTAssertEqual(html, """ <span class="type">Array</span><<span class="type">String</span>> """)
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