clone method wrapped in android?

by jpathak » Sun, 03 Oct 2010 13:51:14 GMT


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 Hi,

I had a general question regarding the Object clone method in Android.
Is there a particular reason that in Android, the object clone method
was split up into two methods, effectively creating a wrapper (clone)
and wrapped methods (internalClone) which is not the way Java does
it?  (I just compared java and android sources, please correct me if
I'm wrong..)

Thanks,
-Jay.

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