This is a great overview of how to deal with multiple streams of events using the
Zip operators in Combine.
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Sometimes, we need to convert strings to booleans, and thankfully, the Swift Standard Library includes code that makes this straight-forward - at least for the simple case of converting "true" / "false" to the respective boolean.
But what about other representations of true and false, such as YES and NO? Let alone localised versions, such as "Ja" / "Nein" or "Wahr" / "Falsch"....
Keith Harrison shows how to deal with this, and also discusses the performance implications.