Use of R.java in Android Studio
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- December 28, 2018 at 11:17 am #50976
– R.java is neat & elegant; Every application has resources & common example of resources are strings, colors, drawable and bitmaps. Instead of hard-coding strings in the application, one will use an id for a string.
How do you use strings in R.java file:
One might be preferred to put a constant like “R.id.text” in R.java. But R.java is not editable, even if it were it gets regenerated all the time.
<item type=”id” name=”text”/>
The “type” refers to the type of resource, in this case, an “id”. here is a perfect example of using R.java elements in code:
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