I've been working on converting a Swift 1.1 project into Swift 1.2 last week (I know it's late!), and one thing that popped out at me was how natural it felt downcasting using
as in Swift 1.1 and lower in certain cases, yet how wrong it now feels with
as being switched to
as! in Swift 1.2.
I've been working on my dissonance with the conclusion that in some cases, it's really ok to use
as!. After some discussions, I agree with @allonsykraken on when to use implicitly unwrapped optionals.
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