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    Issue with uitable view
    I am having a UITableView. I have loaded first 5 records in the table.
    When I scroll down I want to display next 5 records. Is there any event on scrolling that I can capture?
    Or any other suggestion regarding the above issue will be beneficial.

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    I'm unsure how to respond. You'll need to find a source that explains this better than I can here.

    First, how did you populate only the first 5 rows?

    You populate rows of a UITableView via the method
    - (UITableViewCell *) tableView:(UITableView *)tableView cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath
    That is part of UITableViewDataSource protocol.

    The driver is indexPath.row which you use to associate with your data, often a sorted array. I haven't worked with Core Data yet so I'm unsure how that works.
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