Orientation in Android
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- January 2, 2019 at 12:22 pm #51407
Android supports two types of screen Orientations as mentioned below:
Portrait: When your device is vertically aligned.
Landscape: When your device is horizontally aligned.
setOrientation(int) is a method using which you can set a screen alignments. HORIZONTAL and VERTICAL are two values which can be set in the setOrientation() method. Whenever there is a change in the display orientation i.e. from Horizontal to Vertical or vice versa then onCreate() method of the Activity gets fired.
Where int=0 for horizontal
Where int=1 for vertical
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