Android :: Split Current String For Two Different Textviews

Sep 17, 2010

I have a string called CurrentString and is in the form of something like this "Fruit: they taste good". I would like to split up the CurrentString using the : as the delimiter. So that way the word "Fruit" will be split into its own string and "they taste good" will be another string.and then I would simply like to use SetText and 2 different textviews to display that string. What would be the best way to approach this?

Android :: Split Current String for Two different Textviews


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