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Android Build a Simple Android App (2014) Testing and Debugging Making a Toast

Anthony chen
Anthony chen
699 Points

Set the Toast variable using the static makeText() method of the Toast class. Use the this keyword for the first paramet

Anyone?

ToastTest.java
Toast.makeText(this, "All done!" , Toast.LENGTH_LONG);

2 Answers

You used the method correctly! The question has one more detail though: it asks you to set the text of the Toast variable using this method. Your answer needs to include the variable!

Hey Anthony Chen So when it declares allDoneToast

Toast allDoneToast;

you have to initialize it by setting it equal to what you wrote above like this.

Toast allDoneToast = Toast.makeText(this, "All done!", Toast.LENGTH_LONG);