ListActivity does the ArrayAdapter<T> class have to be an Inner Class

by Brion Emde » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 09:07:31 GMT


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 No, there is no reason at all that your Adapter has to be in internal
class.

Post your code and maybe someone will see your problem.



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