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      Latest reply on Dec 28, 2016 5:07 PM by goldsdad
      goldsdad Level 4 Level 4 (585 points)

        The output from this code is reasonable to me except for the last line producing true.


        enum Foo<T> {
            case some(T)
            case none
        print(  Foo<Int>.some(3) is Foo<Int>               ) // output: true
        print(  Foo<Int>.some(3) is Foo<String>            ) // output: false
        print(  Foo<Int>.none is Foo<Int>                  ) // output: true
        print(  Foo<Int>.none is Foo<String>               ) // output: false
        print(  Optional<Int>.some(3) is Optional<Int>     ) // output: true
        print(  Optional<Int>.some(3) is Optional<String>  ) // output: false
        print(  Optional<Int>.none is Optional<Int>        ) // output: true
        print(  Optional<Int>.none is Optional<String>     ) // output: true



        The compiler even issues warning "Cast from 'Optional<Int>' to unrelated type 'Optional<String>' always fails"  for the last line, as it does for the other false lines, yet the result is true. Any explanations for the last true other than a bug?