Why am i getting same values of different JSON date values?

by Bob Kerns » Sat, 17 Apr 2010 06:55:24 GMT

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 I am confused.

JSON does not have a date format. And you do not show any JSON code!

Just what is your question?


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1. Matching TextView heights

I have two vertical TableLayouts containing rows of TextViews
separated by some graphics. Something like this:

R-L     Graphics    R-R
R-L                      R-R
R-L                      R-R
R-L                      R-R
R-L                      R-R

The R-R TextViews have a fixed width, which means they grow vertically
when the text is longer than will fit in the width. The text is set at
runtime so this height is not known in advance. I want the height of
the R-L rows to exactly match the height of the R-R rows with the R-R
rows being the reference source for the height.

Once I do a TextView.setText and a TextView.setWidth on the R-R
TextViews, the height of those TextViews should be determined. Then I
can do a TextView.setMinHeight on the R-L TextViews. But I'm having
trouble getting the height value from the R-R TextViews. The
TextView.getHeight method returns zero.

Any ideas?


2. How wrong is this?

This might be somewhat similar to what people have been discussing in
the AppBucket thread. But well, the thing is I made a really simple
app that tracks your supermarket expenses, and impatient to test how
the android market works I released a beta version of my app with
limited capabilities, for free of course.

A couple of days after that I get an email from someone from
hanster.com, aparently an independent app store willing to publish my
app. I replied the email saying that I would be ok in participating,
but asking more questions.

What's my surpise when today I just found out my app is already being
promoted on their site! I mean, it's not a big deal, the app is free
anyways, but come on.. I feel like they're kind of forcing the
situation here. Couldn't they just create an empty account and give me
the freedom to publish a refined version of it which (I'm working on
right now).

I don't know.. just feel like they're forcing the situation here. What
do you think?

PS. They even put it under the "windows mobile" tab.. what about
that?!! check it out: 


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7. GridView