SwiftUI Dynamic Predicate for FetchRequest

  1. A View cannot change its own FetchRequest, but it can change the FetchRequest of one of its sub-Views. Thus, use a sub-View to generate the FetchRequest:

struct AllUsers: View {

@State private var searchTerm: String = “”

var body: some View {

TextField(“first or last name”, text: $searchTerm) // this is the search box

listUsers(searchTerm: searchTerm) // FetchRequest is in this sub-view

} // end view

} // end struct

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