TextViewis positioned in a layout (like any other view)
TextViewitself appears, such as with a background color
TextView, such as the initial text and its style, size, and color
hello_world) that's easier to maintain for multiple-language versions of the app, or if you need to change the string in the future. After extracting the string, use the string resource name with
@string/to specify the text:
android:layout_height(which are required for a
TextView), the most often used attributes with
TextVieware the following:
none: Match no patterns (default).
web: Match web URLs.
phone: Match phone numbers.
map: Match map addresses.
all: Match all patterns (equivalent to web|email|phone|map).
TextViewin your Java code, use its resource
id. For example, to update a
TextViewwith new text, you would:
TextViewand assign it to a variable. You use the
findViewById()method of the
Viewclass, and refer to the view you want to find using this format:
TextViewmember variable, you can then set the text to new text (in this case,
mCount_text) using the
setText()method of the