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Android Build a Simple Android App (retired 2014) Getting Started with Android Java Variables Explained

favoriteColor String equals "";

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Jan Van Raemdonck
Jan Van Raemdonck
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String favoriteColor = "Blue";

First you have to decide on a datatype, in this case a String. Next you type the name of the String (favoriteColor) and at the end you type the value you want the String to hold. In case of a String, the value should be between quotation marks as shown above.