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Possible typo on "Sharing an observed object with a new view" page

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Towards the bottom of the "Sharing an observed object with a new view" page, there's a code snippet:

#Preview
    AddView(expenses: Expenses())
}

... which I couldn't get to compile. I'm guessing it's meant to have an open curly brace on the first line, thus:

#Preview {
    AddView(expenses: Expenses())
}

Is there a way I can suggest this as a small tweak to the page text? Is it a github repo, perhaps, that I can pull request to?

   

Is there a way I can suggest this as a small tweak to the page text?

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Send an email to Paul Hudson. His email is listed on the bottom of the page you are looking at right now. ✉️

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<< PASTE LINK HERE >>

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Hi @brendantwhite

This is what it says

Xcode also added some preview code so we can look at the design of the view while we were coding. If you find that down at the bottom of AddView.swift

Which would have been (with an probably an error on AddView() line)

#Preview {
    AddView()
}

and you have to add expenses: Expenses() to the AddView() to make it work.

So while you are correct that is a Typo if you did that change it should of complied unless you copied that code from the page.

PS Paul does not always look at the forum, so for typos (so easy to do) then email him (I wont tell you how to do that as I am sure that you are capable to do it yourself).

   

On occasion @twoStraws appreciates a little help from the forums:

See -> How to email @twoStraws

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Update - this typo is now fixed. :-)

   

@Brendan!

I think you made @twoStraw's newsletter this month! He posted an article about a member who wrote an email listing a number of typos in his articles. Well done!

For future reference "this month" = May 2024.

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