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How to make a grouped list

SwiftUI’s list supports grouped or plain styles, just like UITableView. The default is plain style, but if you want to change to grouped you should use the .listStyle(.grouped) modifier on your list.

For example, this defines an example row and places it inside a grouped list:

struct ExampleRow: View {
    var body: some View {
        Text("Example Row")
    }
}

struct ContentView : View {
    var body: some View {
        List {
            Section(header: Text("Examples")) {
                ExampleRow()
                ExampleRow()
                ExampleRow()
            }
        }.listStyle(.grouped)
    }
}

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