Swift

func even(number: Int) -> Bool {
*// Return true if number is evenly divisible by 2.*
return number % 2 == 0
}
*// Test the parity of these numbers.*
**for** i in *0...5* {
let result = even(number: i)
*// Display result.*
print(*"\(i) = \(result)"*)
}0 = true
1 = false
2 = true
3 = false
4 = true
5 = false

func odd(number: Int) -> Bool {
*// Divide number by 2.*
*// ... If remainder is 1, we have a positive odd number.*
*// ... If remainder is -1, it is odd and negative.*
*// ... Same as "not even."*
return number % 2 != 0
}
**for** i in *-3...3* {
let result = odd(number: i)
print(*"\(i) = \(result)"*)
}-3 = true
-2 = false
-1 = true
0 = false
1 = true
2 = false
3 = true

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