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hi everyone,
I am trying to experiment with the switching-view techniques acquired in chapter 4. Specifically, I am trying to add some external xib files which I had previously created in other test programs.
How can I link these xib files to an existing view controller in my program?
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In general, you add the .xib file to the project. Set the .xib file "File's Owner" to the controller that you wish to use and connect the outlets and actions.

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