inflater brings back child of view instead of view itself?

by Jason Proctor » Thu, 01 Oct 2009 04:47:07 GMT


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 >  >From the javadoc:

ok, i get it, thanks.

i'm not sure why this return value is useful -- you had to already 
have it, to pass it into the method the first place.


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