present controller in swift

In Swift, a controller is typically presented using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern.

To present a controller, you can create an instance of that controller and then present it modally on top of the current view controller.

Here's an example of how to present a controller in Swift:

// Create an instance of the controller you want to present
let myController = MyController()

// Set any properties or data on the controller here

// Present the controller modally on top of the current view controller
present(myController, animated: true, completion: nil)
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In this example, MyController is the controller that you want to present. You can customize MyController by setting any properties or data on it before presenting it.

Then, the present(_:animated:completion:) method is called to present MyController modally on top of the current view controller. The animated parameter determines whether the presentation is animated, and the completion parameter specifies a closure to be called after the presentation completes.

Note that in order to present a controller, you need to have a reference to the current view controller. This can be obtained in various ways, depending on your app's architecture and the current context in which you're presenting the controller.

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