Android :: Storing An Array Of Objects

Mar 31, 2010

I have an array of 5 Timer objects in my app, some of wich have been scheduled with a TimerTask. I need to be able to store and load these 5 Timers; is there a way to save Objects? Maybe storing the address of the array would be enough? How could I do that?

Android :: storing an array of objects


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Android :: Storing Array In Preferences

Jul 14, 2010

I know only primitives can be stored in the android preferences, but do arrays count? Can I store an array of, say, Strings or booleans in an android preference?

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Android :: Best Way To Implement A Dynamic-size Array Of Objects

Nov 15, 2010

I am a novice with Java.I have to implement an array of objects that changes in size during execution.The code I am writing is going to be ported on Android, too.According to your experience, what's the best class to implement that?

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Android :: How To Create An Array Of Objects Which Include Arrays?

Jan 1, 2010

I would like to create a list objects called Product (Listproducts).In the application I first have to create the list List products from XML file and then display the products on the map. One product can be located at several locations.Does anyone know what is the most appropriate way to create the structure (a list or linked list) which is the easiest to iterate through and enables to link the lists? The logic should work the following way:

1. Read each point from the list

2. Check which product belongs to the point

3. Display the product informations on the map

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Create Static Array Of Objects In Java?

Jan 1, 2014

I'm a little new too java programming. Im looking for a means to store groups of static data..so I understand these simple string arrays...

[HIGH]
private static String[] names = new String[] {
"aidanmack",
"johnsmith"
[code]....

But can I not combine that into an array of objects? somthing along the lines of what you would do with json? like...

[HIGH]
private static array[] multi = new array(){
{"name":"AIDANMACK","age":"30"},
{"name":"johnsmith","age":"31"}
}
[/HIGH]

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Android :: Pass Objects Around Activities Using A HashMap Of WeakReferences To Objects?

Oct 26, 2010

The FAQ mentions a method of passing objects around activities. (It is not clear to me): "A HashMap of WeakReferences to Objects. You can also use a HashMap of WeakReferences to Objects with Long keys. When an activity wants to pass an object to another activity, it simply puts the object in the map and sends the key (which is a unique Long based on a counter or time stamp) to the recipient activity via intent extras. The recipient activity retrieves the object using this key.".................

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Android :: How To Filter Objects To Display Onscreen Objects On Map?

Jun 15, 2010

I have an application that have a Google map on Google Android 1.5 since we have been working on the application for a long time, we are not in stage of upgrading to the newest framework, so we are using 1.5. Now, I have map locations that are dynamically generated and drawn on the map at run-time to visualize some streams, Up to this point the application is working fine, Now my problem is that I am trying to filter the objects ( addresses) to visualize only the on-screen ones. I do NOT want to visualize the addresses that are off-screen. The way I am trying to do this is to check the screen-coordinates of each object (address) before visualizing it, then it the coordinates (x,y) more than (0,0) and less than (320, 460). I should visualize it. I am trying to use this approach, but it is not working for some reasons, I have tried many posts but could not understand why, there must be something missing somewhere that I am not aware of.

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Android :: Convert Json Array To Normal Java Array

Aug 3, 2010

Is there a way to convert JSON Array to normal Java Array for android ListView data binding?

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Android :: Converting Byte Rgb_565 Array Into Argb Or Rgb Array

Jan 12, 2010

I have Picture data in byte rgb_565 array, and I want convert it in a productive way into argb array. Right now I have found only one (little slow) way to do this: Bitmap mPhotoPicture = BitmapFactory.decodeByteArray(imageData, 0 , imageData.length);

where imageData is my byte[] array in rgb_565, and then: int pixels[] = new int[CameraView.PICTURE_HEIGHT*CameraView.PICTURE_WIDTH]; mPhotoPicture.getPixels(pixels, 0,PICTURE_WIDTH, 0, 0, PICTURE_WIDTH, PICTURE_HEIGHT);

The point is I believe creating a Bitmap object is exacting and not necessary in this case. Is there any other faster way to convert rgb_565 array into argb array? I need this because making image processing on rgb_565 array seems to be a little annoying. Or maybe it is not so hard?

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Android :: Converting Short Array To Byte Array

Feb 16, 2010

I am trying to make an application that would be able to send the user's voice over the network using RTP. I am using the ported stack from hsc (JLIBRTP) and I am able to record user's voice in a saperate thread. the problem is that jlibrtp uses has a class named RTPSession that is responsible for the session and has the sendData method that takes a byte [] as argument and the AudioFormat class I am using to record user's voice is in AudioFormat.ENCODING_PCM_16BIT wich is short. I have tried using 8bit audioformat but I get an illigalargument exception in my htc magic and in my emulator. So is there any way I can convert the short [] to byte [] ? would that be acceptable in order of voice quality?, is the above error a known bug for htc magic or the platform doesn't support 8bit audio format?

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Android :: Navigating An Array - String Array

Oct 12, 2010

I'm new to android developing but right now I'm working on an application that displays Random Facts. Since I don't want it to be in a random order, I would like to have them in a list. I would like to order through them one by one and show them using TextView.

Resources res = getResources();
myString = res.getStringArray(R.array.FactsArray);

That's what I have so far. If I'm right, that just establishes the array so I can be able to use it later. What I had before was rgenerator which chose a random string from the array and displayed it when I clicked a button.

CODE:................

But Like I said, I would like to just order through them one by one when a button is clicked.

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Android :: Convert JSON Array To Array

Jul 27, 2010

Is there a simple way to convert a JsonArray to a standard Java Array? Obviously, you can iterate and do it explicitly, but I wanted to see if there was a direct way to do so.

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Android :: Insert Array Into Array

Sep 13, 2010

In my android application i need to insert an array into an array and access its values. Is there any way that i can get this done.

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Android :: String-array - Resource Into A String Array

Mar 31, 2009

I just want to read <string-array> resource elements into a String array. I don't want to make a view or anything and mess with adapters - just want to transfer the elements. Is there a built in class for this? Or do I need to treat the resource file as a regular file?

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Android :: SQLite Image Storing

Dec 17, 2009

i have the critical situation.i want to store the image in DB in android. but i don't know how to store image in db and how to get from db.i novice to android platform.so anyone give me the samplecode to develop my application.i tried more time but not i get the correct output.how to create the image field in SQLite db and how to insert the image within db.

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Android :: Storing Username And Password?

Dec 18, 2009

If I want to store the username and password to be used inside an Android application, what is the best way to do it? Is it through the preferences screen (but what if the user misses this?), or pop up a dialog box and ask the user for the credentials? If so, I do have to maintain state for the application. How would I do this?

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Android :: Sqlite Db For Storing Records

Mar 22, 2010

i am developing an application which uses sqlite db for storing records. I am developing this application on SDK 1.5.. when i test the application on 1.5 device it works good but when i try to run it on a 1.6 device i get a force close message with following logcat output:

03-19 09:31:35.206: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(224): Uncaught handler: thread main exiting due to uncaught exception..........................

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Android :: How To Deal With Storing Bookmarks

Oct 13, 2009

I am essentially using a listview but am looking at providing a bookmark functionality. I am thinking that I should store the item attributes in a file when bookmarked and retrieve when required to populate a bookmark listview.

I was wondering if there is a de facto standard used in achieving this or do I follow just the "writing into a file" and "reading from a file" when necessary style?

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Android :: Utility For Storing A Static Map?

Feb 19, 2010

I've got a common use-case wherein a user selects one item out of many (say, on a spinner or autocomplete list), then enters the data. For example, let's say the user selects a country. Ultimately, the data I want is the country code, not the country name; but the users will want to select based on name, not code. To put it another way, user's will select "United States", but I ultimately want that to translate into "US".

There are a lot of countries. Is there an easy way to setup a mapping in Android to hash from the name to the code? I've thought of a few solutions, none of them are quite satisfactory in my mind:

A database containing country/code, which I can query on. Setting up all countries as strings in strings.xml, then retrieving the resource by name. Creating a huge Map in code and using that. (This is the least satisfactory answer).

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Android :: Storing References To ApplicationContext

Apr 20, 2010

I have a static Preferences class that hold some application preferences and stuff like that. Is it ok to store reference to ApplicationContext there? I need that reference so i can get cache folder and stuff like that in classes that don't inherit Activity.

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Android :: Reading And Storing Values

Oct 14, 2010

I develop app and I need to store and read ( read every 60 seconds, store rare ) data. What is the most easy way to achieve this?

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Android :: How To Manage Objects ?

Sep 8, 2010

I am new to Android development. I want to know how you all manage objects. For eg we make object as A a = new A(); and then manage that object. But, here, we call A.class; My concern is that i don't want to call on Create(),nor do i want to push UI screen I just want to make 1 static object for 1 screen;and want to manage it throughout my application. that is, instead of calling A.class; can i call A a = new A(),and manage that object without pushing,and whenever i need i push that screen. Is there someway?

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Android :: Storing Images As Blob In Sqlite

Feb 27, 2009

I am currently trying to store an image into the sqlite database as a blob and retrieve it back.I am not sure if this is the correct approach since i dint find much of sample codes related to inserting images in sqlite. I am able to insert values but when i try retrieving them as byte using decodeByteArray it gives me the following error. DEBUG/skia(13003): xxxxxxxxxxx jpeg error 53 Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x%02x 0x%02x.The image retrieving query works fine as i have checked retrieving an image previously stored as blob in a sample database.I have tried storing and retrieving different image files but i am getting the same error.Could any one tell me as how to solve this problem

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Android :: Storing Image In Phone Memory

Feb 23, 2010

I am trying to store an image in phone memory /data/data/com.myapp/ files/here.jpeg but I keep getting an exception. If I try to store the image using the normal 'FileOutputStream' it works fine. Can anyone point out what am I doing wrong? I want to store an image in my phone memory app folder so that when user is setting wallpaper the image can be listed in 'gallery.I do not want to store the image on sd card.

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Android :: Best Practice For Storing Application - Configuration

Apr 8, 2010

I am still learning bu find Android the cool platform for allot of useful applications. I have written a Service for doing GPS tracking and it consists of a Service and a Control activity to manage, monitor and configure the service. I am looking for the preferred way for the Control Activity to define settings for the Service, things like IP address and Update interval. I envision something like a Registry on windows where these settings can be shares and updated.

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Android :: Storing Application Configuration Settings?

Oct 12, 2009

Where should I store my Android application's configuration settings? Coming from the .NET world I was expecting something like .config. Do I create a file under res/values, and use that?

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Android :: Storing Object Into SQLlite Database

Nov 16, 2010

I would like to store an object into a SQLlite database. I am looking for how to best do it in order to ensure that if I need to updata/change this object in the future that users of the new and old object layout will be minimally impacted. In other words I want to ensure that making changes to the object will have minimum affect on clients that do not update their software on the old database format.

I want to also ensure an easy update from the old record style to the new format. I was thinking that I could add an element in the SQL row to identify the object type with a unique name, and to identify the object version number. That way I could read the row and use the object number to control the deserializer to use the correct version of the class.

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Android :: Any API Available To Know SIM Memory Full For Storing Contacts?

Jun 29, 2010

I want to know how to check the SIM memory is full for storage contacts. Could any one help me please.

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Android :: SharedPreferences - Is It Secure / Another Way For Storing Passwords?

Feb 7, 2009

I'm implementing a feature that requires a password, is it safe to store using SharedPreferences.Editor? Is there another recommended way for storing passwords?

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Android :: Storing An Object Into A SQLite Database

Aug 10, 2009

I need some help to store a Object in an SQLite database using Android.I don't know whether it is possible or not.If it is possible means please give some code snippets to create a table which can store an object.

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