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bucky uses buttonClicked(v); instead buttonClicked(); in OnClickListener.
why ? :D
On 5:13 and line no 27 why u use new View.onClickListner but not new Button.onClickListener
Hey can someone tell me the basics of .core Java or send me a link to a website explaining it? I just realized it would make learning this easier.
If A=B and B=C Then A=C
why did you use new View.onClickListener instead of new Button.onclickListener?
why did he used newView.onClickListener instead of newButton.onclickListener?
so the button is just gonna be chillin there waiting for something to happen
OG PROGRAMMING SKILLS
Fight club rules……
Sorry if this is a noob question, but i am getting confused at the view function. Can someone explain to me about the difference between (View v) and (View view). Also why is (v) passed for button clicked? Can I use any other variable?
Very nice! Very nice!
Loving these tutorials! Thanks for all the help +thenewboston !
why is the reference to button final? also, why is the button refererence a local variable of OnCreateView? shouldn't it be a class attribute?
fragment club lol!!
love the reference to fight club
what is the defference between making an onclick inside onCreate using the long way AND just writing the method directly in the class n then setting that method as onClick="methodName" in the xml file ??
i mean why use the long way when we can write a method directly in the class n use it ??