Android :: Setup TextView To New String?

Oct 18, 2010

I used the layout resource editor to modify the main.xml layout file to add a second
TextView control to my app. by default, its set to something like @+id/TextView01. How do I Set the text attribute of the TextView control to my newly created String resource? I tried going into main.xml and just editing the android:text to point to the name of my new string, but it didn't seem to work.

Android :: Setup TextView to new string?


Android :: 2 String In A TextView Listen Seperated Clickevent In 1 TextView

Nov 16, 2010

I want to do something like that. For example, I have a textview with String
Alibaba love Mary so muck. In that String alibaba and Mary have a event to open something but I can't know how to use event for Mary and Alibaba seperately

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Android :: How To Cut Off A Long String In TextView

Jun 4, 2009

Maybe it is a simple problem for some of you. But how do you automatically cut off long strings and add "..." to the right end in TextViews, like Activity title does? Sorry for posting twice coz I didn't see my previous post in the list

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Android :: Fix TextView Width By String?

Oct 18, 2010

I think the answer to this question is probably so simple, but I'm struggling....

I have a TableLayout with multiple columns. I want the last column to be of a fixed width, but I want to define that width to just be able to hold the widest possible string from my program. i.e. it is always wide enough to contain "THIS STRING" without wrapping, or wasting any space.

I would like to do this as I have these TableLayouts within a ListView, so it looks very poor when the last column is of variable widths.

I have tried obtaining the string width, even going so far as to put it into a TextView, call getTextSize() then setWidth() on all appropriate TextViews. The problem I hit there is that gettextSize() returns pixels, but setWidth uses ScaledPixels.

I'm sure there is a really simple solution. Can anyone help?

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Android :: TextView Automatically Truncate Last 3 Char Of String

Nov 3, 2009

If a String is longer than the TextView's width it automatically wraps onto the next line. I can avoid this by using android:singleLine (deprecated) or by setting android:inputType="text". What I now need is something that replaces the last 3 characters of my String with "...". Since I'm not using a monospace font this will always be different depending on the letters used in my String. So I'm wondering what's the best way to get the last 3 characters of a String in a TextView and replace them. Maybe there's already something implemented in the Android framework, since this must me a common problem.

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Android :: Avoiding String Allocation In TextView.setText()

Dec 28, 2009

On Android 1.5, using the Allocation Tracker I see that every time I call TextView.setText() with a StringBuilder as first argument, a String gets allocated from the following call stack (first line is last call):

java.lang.AbstractStringBuilder toString java.lang.StringBuilder toString android.text.TextUtils stringOrSpannedString android.widget.TextView setText

I tried specifying the buffer type with setText(strBuilder, TextView.BufferType.NORMAL) but it doesn't change anything.

Is there a way to avoid this allocation?

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Android :: Convert TextView To String (kind Of) Droid?

Oct 13, 2010

I have an object on my main.xml layout file called thefact that is TextView. I also have a string called sharefact. I want to save what text is in the TextView into the sharefact string. I can't do:

sharefact = thefact

Or anything similar to that because it would want me to convert sharefact into a textview.

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Android :: Display A Random String On TextView In Layout?

Nov 22, 2010

In Android, I wrote a number of strings in my string.xml I would like to display on a TextView based on a random number...code...

But I know I am not doing it right because I get the error:

The method array50(int) is undefined for the type MAIN. Any ideas?

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Changing String Of Textview?

Jun 11, 2013

i'm working on an android application with 2 activities.

The first activity contains 2 buttons ( btn1 , btn2).

The second activity contains a textview and a back button.

In the string.xml I have two strings ( str1, str2).

What I want is when I click on btn1 the second activity should open and the textview will show the first string str1 and when I click on the second button btn2 the second activity open and the same textview show the second string str2.

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Android :: Why To Setup Boundary String In HttpURLConnection?

Nov 19, 2010

Why we have to setup a boundary string?What is the purpose for? any rules on it?

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Android :: Recognize - Replace HTML ASCII Codes In A String / TextView?

Nov 19, 2010

Here are some HTML ASCII Codes:

http://www.ascii.cl/htmlcodes.htm

I have a string that may look like "All in a hard day 's work"

What is the best way to replace that ascii code, with an apostrophe?

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Android :: Change Textview Text From String Array In Widget Without Global Variables

Nov 21, 2010

I am trying to make an android widget like the Google Voice Widget where users can go through an array of Strings which is retreived from the SQLite database. The problem is using global variables in the widget provider. I need to hold the index of the value they are currently on in order to pass it to the intents which are created when the left or right buttons are created. The variable is always returned as zero though.

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

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Android : Setup Texts In One Textview To Be Different Colors?

Feb 17, 2009

How to set the color of texts which are in the same textview to be different? I'm now developing a simple IM, so I need to show the message. But I want to make the color of text which I receive to be different from that myself edit.

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Android :: Setup Background Of A TextView Dynamically From Xml File?

Oct 10, 2010

I have an XMl file like below which I will use to set background for Textview:

row.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"

android:shape="rectangle">

The above Xml I will set as background for TextView in main.xml as below:

main.xml

<TextView
android:id="@+id/rowtext3"
android:text="Availablity"
android:layout_height="25px"
android:layout_width="60px"
android:textSize="10px"
android:textStyle="bold"
android:textColor="@color/black"
android:gravity="center"
android:background="@drawable/row"/>

But I want this to do from code rather than Xml.I have done everything that I have done in Xml like font,width,Height,font dynamically through code , but not able to set Background that I mentioned in Xml file . How can we set content of Xml file as background to textview similar to how we set background as XML in main.xml.

In the code I have done like this:
t1=new TextView(this);
t1.setText(ed1.getText());
t1.setHeight(25);
t1.setWidth(60);
t1.setTextSize(10);
But I didn't find how to set background i.e. how to set XML content as background?

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Android : Setup Color Of TextView Span In Droid?

Jul 19, 2010

Is it possible to set the color of just span of text in a TextView?

I would like to do something similar to the Twitter app, in which a part of the text is blue. See image below..

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Android :: Setup Custom Title Bar TextView Value Dynamically In Droid?

Mar 10, 2010

I have created custom title bar using following titlebar.xml file with code...

now i want to set textview value dynamically in each activity can any one guide me how can i achieve this?

using findviewbyid here i don't get reference of that textview to set value because
main layout does not contains any textbox with such a name but mytitle.

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Android :: Setup Text For TextView To Appear From Top Left Through Code In Droid?

Oct 16, 2010

How to set Text for TextView so that it will appear from Top left through Code in Android not by XML.

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Android :: Android - Updating TextView String Through AIDL Service

Aug 12, 2010

I have an app that uses a TabHost. Several of the Tabs share a common HUD. I am using a service to periodically update those values by calling an AIDL function when ready.

However, since several of the Tabs are using the same HUD I would like to abstract that part out.

I thought about having the HUD.xml use a String resource as it's value and then the abstracted class can update the String resource. However, apparently Android can not update String resources programatically.

The only alternative solution I see would be using SharedPreference.

I have concerns accessing a Database everytime the value is refreshed.

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Android :: Add Continue String Sign Like "..." In TextView?

Apr 2, 2010

If i add string in a TextView for example,

this is my string

and TextView max length is 4

It should look like in activity this... or t... that means string continue sign at the end of assigned string if string size is bigger than Max length.

Can any one guide me what should i do or i will have to manually add "..." at the end of string through programming.

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Android :: Any Tools To Convert Iphone Localized String File To String

Jun 29, 2010

I have the localized strings file that is used in the Iphone app that I work on to port to Android. Are there any tools that go through the file taken from the xcode project and build the xml needed to use the strings in android? This tool should be easy to build but I appreciate any pointers to already working tools.

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Android :: Java Datetime Values From String To Long To String

Oct 1, 2010

In Android, capturing date from datepicker and storing as string in sqlite. Sorting by date doesn't work because they're strings (unless I'm doing it wrong.I've googled this issue for ~5 days, and it looks like there should be a way to capture the date from the date picker, convert it to a Long, store it in sqlite as a Long, select and sort on the Long date value, then convert the Long back to a "mm/dd/yyyy" string for display. I've tried various combinations of parse statements, Date, FormatDate, etc. with no luck at all.On activity start, get today's date and display it in button which calls the datepicker.Capture new date from datepicker (if one is entered), save it as a long to sqlite.On opening an activity showing a listview of records, select from sqlite with orderby on date (Long), convert Long to "mm/dd/yyyy" string for display in ListView.

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Android :: Access The String Values Of String Resources Statically

May 5, 2009

If there's anyway way I to access the String values of String resources statically? e.g. a static equivalent of Context.getString(...)?

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Android :: Reference String In String Array Resource With Xml

Nov 12, 2010

I have preferences where you can enable/disable what items will show up on the menu. There are 17 items. I made a string array in values/arrays.xml with titles for each of these 17 items.

I have preferences.xml which has the layout for my preferences file, and I would like to reference a single item from the string array to use as the title.

In the Android developer reference, I see how I can reference a single string with XML, but now how I can reference a string from an array resource in XML.

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Android :: How To Convert Binary String Data Into String?

Aug 4, 2010

Can anybody give me some clue that how to convert binary string into a string(english). I have tried and googled so much but couldn't find an answer.

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Android :: Copy String From EditText Into String Variable

Jul 27, 2010

I have a class that creates a view to gather data via a function getView() that provides a view with an EditText.This class has also has variable answer.When the user chances the EditText I want to store the content of the EditText in answer.If I would use an onKeyListener I fear that the answer will probably get stored before the last letter is entered.Is there a good way to handle this in the getView() function via some other listener?

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Android :: How To Get String From Website / Show String On My App?

Nov 11, 2010

I have made a service which extends Service in android, and running in the background of my android app. What I want from this background service is to get the euro to dollar exchange rate from a finance website, I have my service ready, it can periodically run a function, I am now need to implement the function to get the euro-dollar rate from a website, there are many this kind of website, my question is, how can I get the currency rate as a string from the website, and pass the string to my service?

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Android :: Why Is My String To String Comparison Failing?

Aug 26, 2010

I have an Android app where I want to check to see if an app name that is installed matches a string passed to the function containing this code.Assuming you called checkInstalledApp('SetCPU'); and the app name on the phone is called the same thing it should return true. However, it never does. I logged the results and it should match up but it does not. Can anyone please enlighten me as to why this doesn't work?

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Android :: Finding Nth String In Delimited String

Nov 16, 2010

Does anyone have any idea how to find the n-th field (string) in a delimited string where the delimiters (separator) could be either a single char or several chars.and the syntax for user-defined function is FindNthField(string,separator,position)so position 3 would return three,The separator in use would actually be Chr(13).This has to run on Android and so should be efficient.

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Android :: Get String Array With Java Code From String Item List In Arrays.xml In Android ?

Oct 28, 2009

I want to get an array of strings reading from arrays.xml file we add in android values/ folder. Could any one kindly give a solution for this. Otherwise I will have to input each these entries in strings.xml and take them to java code using getResources()getString()

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Android :: Dynamic String Using String.xml?

Sep 7, 2010

Is it possible to have a string value in string.xml of the sort " some string PLACEHOLDER1 some more string" so that the place holders can be assigned the value at run time.

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