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//  ViewController.swift
//  BowlingGame

import UIKit

class ViewController: UIViewController {
  @IBOutlet weak var btnStartGame: UIButton!
  @IBOutlet weak var btnSubmitKnocks: UIButton!

  @IBOutlet weak var lblCurrentFrame: UILabel!
  @IBOutlet weak var lblCurrentRollNumber: UILabel!
  @IBOutlet weak var lblCumulativeScore: UILabel!

  @IBOutlet weak var txtPinsKnocked: UITextField!

  var automaticBowlingScorer = AutomaticBowlingScorer()

  override func viewDidLoad() {
    // Do any additional setup after loading the view, typically from a nib.
import Contacts

let contact = CNMutableContact()
contact.givenName = "Johnny"
contact.familyName = "Appleseed"
contact.emailAddresses = [
    CNLabeledValue(label: CNLabelWork,
                   value: "")

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