EditText widget - number entry problem

by Layeeq » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 06:55:44 GMT

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When entering a number (numeric string) in EditText widget, it appends
the latest entered digit at the beginning of string.  This works fine
for non-numeric string.
Is this how it is designed?
Is there any preferences to be set?
What else can i use to input a numerical string?


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