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Fully updated for Xcode 11.4
TextField enables autocorrect by default, which is what you’ll want in most cases. However, if you want to disable it you can do so by using the
disableAutocorrection() modifier, like this:
TextField("Enter your name", text: $name) .disableAutocorrection(true)
Tip: If you use Xcode’s visual interface for designing SwiftUI views, the icon for disabling autocorrect is a duck with a line through it. I’ll let you figure out why for yourself…
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