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How we can hide show labels buttons etc... using xcode

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i need to hide and show labels in referent situations using xcode objective-c i used to do this on .net like this
label.visible = false , how we can do the same using xcode?

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[theLabel setHidden:NO];

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[theLabel setHidden:YES];
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