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by Faber Fedor » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 07:35:04 GMT


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And your answer is...?

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by Kevin J. Brooks » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 07:41:51 GMT


 In my original post I included the declaration.  That is what has me
confused.





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by Faber Fedor » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 08:06:22 GMT


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What happens if you change the AndroidManifest to read "Settings" instead of
".Settings"?

(And Istill think you need to preface the 'this' in the Intent with the
current class name.)


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by Kevin J. Brooks » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 10:22:11 GMT


 I took the period out, and I also prefaced 'this' with the current class
name.  It still does the same thing.

Just a side note, this code was duplicated for the Suduko example in the
"Hello, Android" book by Ed Burnette.

I accidentally created settings.xml under another project I am working
on.  I then moved it to my current project.  That didn't create the
reference R.java, so I deleted it, then created it again from scratch.

I don't know if that will help.

Kevin





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