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Android Build a Weather App (2015) Working with JSON Introducing JSONObject

Tohin Sarker
Tohin Sarker
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mCurrentWeather = getCurrentDetails()

i didnt understand this point why mCurrentWeather = getCurrentDetails()

please explain it details

1 Answer

mCurrentWeather is a member variable of the CurrentActivity class, as you can see at 0:21 of the video.

At 1:02 In the video, if the response is successful, the code initializes the mCurrentWeather variable by calling the getCurrentDetails() method and assigning to the member variable the JSON data the method returns. Otherwise it alerts the user.