Understanding the Bush Doctrine by Norm Chomsky

by Prof. L Milton Goldblatt, Ph.D » Sun, 14 Sep 2008 23:21:23 GMT


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He has no real identity. He is half-white, which he rejects. The rest
of him
is mostly Arab, which he hides but is disclosed by his non-African
Arabic
surname and his Arabic first and middle names as a way to triply
proclaim
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If you want the user pressing the back button to close your app...
well, first, this is strongly discouraged, because it is inconsistent
with how other applications work.  One standard convention we use,
though, is to have a menu option to return to the first activity of
the app.  This can be done by calling startActivity() for your root
task, with the FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP set in the Intent -- see
 http://code.google.com/android/reference/android/content/Intent.html #FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP

If you want to supply an option to actually finish all activities
(which is not a standard navigation provided by Android applications,
and not really useful given the home and back keys and the various
options discussed so far, so NOT encouraged), you could do this a
couple ways:

(1) Use FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP to return to the root activity, and in
the Intent given it some extra data telling it, upon receiving the
Intent, to call finish() on itself.

(2) Use android:clearTaskOnLaunch="true" to ensure your application
always starts out in its root state, and call
Activity.moveTaskToBack(true) to send your entire application behind
all others.





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