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what is underlying
in the question, there is an underlying. What's that mean?
For reference, the question was a T/F, "You can interact with the underlying when even a modal view is presented on top?"
They mean to say "underlying view" or "underlying view controller". The answer is false. You cannot interact with the underlying view when a modal view is on top. You'll have to dismiss the modal view first to interact with the view underneath.