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Setting Map coords in generic view?

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Hi all, I have a generic detail view where I want to view a different location (lat/long) each time it is called. Is there a simple way to set the hardcoded CLLocationCoordinate2D coords when the view starts?

@State private var region = MKCoordinateRegion(
        center: CLLocationCoordinate2D(latitude: 37.334_900,
                                       longitude: -122.009_020),
        latitudinalMeters: 750,
        longitudinalMeters: 750
    )

The map is not interactable / dragable, its just a fixed view showing a set location.

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Is it randomly different or you want to pass in different specific coordinates each time?

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Hi, its a detail view so I pass in a struct with long/lat each time. In the example above I want to replace "37.334" and "-122.009" with the values from that struct each time I display the detail view.

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Create the MKCoordinateRegion in the initializer of your Detail View with the data of your struct?

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You've marked your region variable as private. So, you can not pass in values to this variable from a parent or external view. Perhaps you should share more of your DetailView code and explain what you're trying to accomplish?

You've been a member of HWS+ for 20+ months, so explaining @State might be too basic for you?

Please show code with comments, and let us know what you're trying to accomplish.

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