Swift version: 5.2
If you created a view dynamically and want it gone, it's a one-liner in Swift thanks to the
removeFromSuperview() method. When you call this, the view gets removed immediately and possibly also destroyed – it will only be kept around if you have a reference to it elsewhere. Here's how it's done:
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