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.

changing string of textview?


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