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Android Build a Self-Destructing Message Android App Using Fragments for Tabs Understanding the Rest of the Pieces

Tom Simkins
Tom Simkins
2,486 Points

Totally and uterlly stuck HELP!

Can anyone give me any sort of hints or pointers because i really dont understand what i am meant to do in this code challenge... Im having trouble digesting fragments... :/

1 Answer

Dung Chau
Dung Chau
7,033 Points

Typically, we can use findViewById() to set mDeleteButton. However, in a fragment, we need to call it from the rootView, something like rootView.findViewById()