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Android Application Development For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Donn Felker, Michael Burton

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Chapter 11

Handling User Input

In This Chapter

arrow Working with EditText views

arrow Creating date pickers and time pickers

arrow Setting up alert dialog boxes

arrow Validating user input

Rarely does an application not allow users to interact with it. Whether they use text, a date or time picker, a radio button, a check box, or any other input mechanism, users need to interact with your application in one way or another. The generalization of input also refers to buttons, screen dragging, menus, long-pressing, and various other options. This chapter focuses solely on user input in the form of alerts, free-form text, and dates and times.

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