Center UILabel created in code using Swift

This may be the simplest thing you can possibly due in Xcode in Swift and for some reason, it is not working properly.

I want to center a label in a view. The only other thing in the view previously was a webView added programatically but for now I have removed that so basically, I have an empty VC in which I’m trying to center a label.

There are umpteen answers on SO about this and I’ve tried every combination but can’t get it to to work.

Can anyone suggest a foolproof way to accomplish the simple task of centering a UILabel?

Below is the code I currently have and steps I’ve taken along with result:

I created an empty view controller in Storyboard and embedded it in a navigation controller. I set the View Controller in Storyboard to my swift VC class. I also have already cleaned project, closed and re-opened XCode and also deleted storyboard and recreated it in case it was corrupted. Still nothing works.

 myVC.swift  import UIKit  class myVC: UIViewController,WKScriptMessageHandler, WKNavigationDelegate,WKUIDelegate {          var title= "Hello there"          var loadingLabel = UILabel()      override func viewDidLoad() {           super.viewDidLoad()         webView.navigationDelegate = self         webView.uiDelegate = self          loadingLabel.translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints = false         // loadingLabel.centerXAnchor.constraint(equalTo: self.view.centerXAnchor).isActive = true        // loadingLabel.centerYAnchor.constraint(equalTo: self.view.centerYAnchor).isActive = true        // loadingLabel = UILabel(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y:, width: 290, height: 70)) =         loadingLabel.textAlignment = .center        loadingLabel.font = UIFont(name: "Halvetica", size: 18.0)         loadingLabel.numberOfLines = 0         loadingLabel.text = "TEXT I WANT TO CENTER"         loadingLabel.lineBreakMode = .byTruncatingTail =         self.view.addSubview(loadingLabel)              self.title = title     }             override func loadView() {         super.loadView()      } } 


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