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How to check which tab the user is on?

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Hi all, So i have three tabs A, B and C and inside C theres is a menu. My goal is to close that menu whenever i change tabs. How can i do this? Another way of asking is, how can i check to see what tab the user is on?

  • Nick G

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I think @Environment presentationMode

then u can write states for each view and by switching the views get which one is active from environment

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Thanks for the answer, im not very experienced would it be possible for you to explain to me what the code would look like?

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I tried doing something like this

 DiscoverView().onTapGesture {
                    print("HELLO")
                }
                .tabItem({
                    Image(systemName: "globe")
                        .font(.system(.title))
                    Text("Discover")
                }).tag(0)

But it doesnt print "hello" when the tab is clicked

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