# Swift Combine allSatisfy Operator

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In the provided example, the sequence operator being discussed is the “allSatisfy” operator, which is a sequence operator in the combined framework. This operator takes a condition or predicate as an input, and then returns a Boolean value indicating whether all the elements in the sequence satisfy that condition or not.

To demonstrate how the “allSatisfy” operator works, the example code creates a sequence of numbers, and then applies the operator to that sequence. In this case, the condition being checked is whether each element in the sequence is an even number or not.

If all the elements satisfy the condition, then the “allSatisfy” operator will return a boolean value of “true”, indicating that the sequence contains only even numbers. If even a single element in the sequence does not satisfy the condition, then the operator will return a boolean value of “false”, indicating that the sequence contains at least one odd number.

In the provided example, the condition being checked is that each element in the sequence must be equal to zero (which would mean that every element is even). However, since the sequence contains odd numbers, the “allSatisfy” operator will return a boolean value of “false”.

To make the “allSatisfy” operator return “true”, the example code modifies the sequence so that it only contains even numbers. This time, when the “allSatisfy” operator is applied, it returns a boolean value of “true”, indicating that all the elements in the sequence are even numbers.

Overall, the “allSatisfy” operator is a useful tool for checking whether all the elements in a sequence satisfy a particular condition or not. It can be used in a variety of programming applications, and is an important component of the combined framework.