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Android Build a Self-Destructing Message Android App Relating Users in Parse.com Adding Checkmarks When the List is Loaded

Shouldn't we run the for loop for ``` i <= mUsers.size() ``` instead?

If we have

i < mUsers.size()

wouldn't the last user not be included in our check?

1 Answer

Matthew Barrus
Matthew Barrus
16,731 Points

no, because we are starting our count from 0. so if there are 5 users, mUsers.size() will return 5, but the 5 values of i we will be looping are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4.