Getting item on a ExpandableListView

by Alessandro Pellizzari » Sun, 14 Feb 2010 01:44:52 GMT


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 Hi all,

it seems nobody ever documented ExpandableListViews, and I am going
crazy... I tried for at least 3 hours, now. :/

I have overriden onChildClick, and it gives me groupPosition and
childPosition, but it seems there is no getItemAtPosition(groupPosition,
childPosition) and no other way to get the correct item.

How do I get the item?

Thank you very much
Bye.


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Getting item on a ExpandableListView

by TreKing » Sun, 14 Feb 2010 02:35:35 GMT


 



Yes, they did:
 http://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/ExpandableListView.html 



How do I get the item?


If you read the documentation, you may find this function:

 http://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/ExpandableListView.html #getExpandableListAdapter%28%29

which will get you adapter that has the data in the ExpandableListView. That
in turn has a getChild(group, child) function:

 http://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/ExpandableListAdapter.html #getChild%28int,%20int%29

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Getting item on a ExpandableListView

by Alessandro Pellizzari » Mon, 15 Feb 2010 21:36:04 GMT


 Il giorno sab, 13/02/2010 alle 12.34 -0600, TreKing ha scritto:



I meant: no examples, no directions, no blog posts, no manuals. I only
found a german book on google books, but I could only see 2 pages of it
and didn't get to the point. :/

All the ListView examples use ListView.getItemAtPosition(), but nowhere
I found documented that this is a "wrapper" around the adapter
(inherited from the AdapterView, in fact). :/

This led to my confusion, as ExpandableListView has no such "facility".



Thank you very much. Now I understand how the ListViews "think". :)

Bye.


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