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Working with userDefault and Timer in Swift UI

 
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I would like to play song according to a particular time but the user pick the time from another view and that will get stored in userDefault. The song should play everyday on the particular time. (for example: like alarms)

This is the class where the userDefault get stored



This is where the play button works







If is should place a timeinterval, then how it will get connected with userDefault?

 
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