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UITextField in each cell of UITableView


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adriana

 
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Hi everyOne,

i m creating a registration form, in which 5 text Fields are there.
can anyone suggest me how can i put UITextFields into the each cell of UITableView.
i dont want to use Interface Builder.
can any one help me regarding this by coding..??
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This is going to be hard if you haven't done a custom UITableviewcell before.

There is quite a lot of code out there for custom UITableviewcell. It will teach you how to put a textfield in the cell.
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