The split view controller displays two view controllers next to each other: a side view controller on the left side of the screen, and a main view controller displayed slightly larger on the right side. It supports all the user interface orientations that are supported by these two view controllers. Throughout this article, we will refer to the side view controller and the main view controller collectively as the sub-view controllers.
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