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New in SwiftUI 4: MultiDatePicker

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SwiftUI 4 came with another cool new addition, MultiDatePicker. This new control allows us to pick multiple dates.

Let’s get started with an example. Creating MultiDatePicker is easy, all we need is a State variable to store selected dates and MultiDatePicker view itself.

State variable os passed as selection binding value into the MutiDatePicker as shown below:

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