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Android Build a Simple Android App Improving Our Code Dynamically Changing the Background Color

Artan Muzhaqi
Artan Muzhaqi
7,983 Points

why can't we just use one single line for this

we can use findViewById(R.id.relativeLayout).setBackgroundColor(Color.Red); inside the onClick it yield the same result.

1 Answer

Ben Deitch
Ben Deitch
Treehouse Teacher

You can! Though sometimes it's easier to read when you split things out into multiple lines.