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assign view to a user or group

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hi,
can anyone plz give me a quick code snippet to assign custom view of a list to a user or group programically.
thanks
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This is a good link
http://www.sharepointkings.com/2010/02/set-audience-targeting-programmatically.html

In your case, you'll be setting the target audience to the custom view on that page instead of a webpart.  This also assumes that you've enabled the target audience settings on the doclib / list.
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