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Error trying to use Fragment

I am new to Android.  I have been working thru some examples in a book called  Head First Android Development.  I entered a small program using fragments and get a Casting Error.cannot cast…Continue

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Started Oct 10, 2017

Fragment Syntax Problem

My name is Rob Sobol.I have been working through a book called Head First Android Development.I hit a syntax error in a simple exercise that uses one fragment. I have been trying to figure out the…Continue

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Started Oct 10, 2017

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I am a software professional expanding my skills to the Android Platform. I have modified some applications, but I am going thru the Head First Android Development book to round out my skills and obtain a better understanding of Android capabilities. Ultimately I need to add functions to an application we use here at my work place. I need a mentor to help me get thru some of the Android syntax errors I receive and offer some guidance. Thanks, Rob
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http://www.hilightsinc.com
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I live in Hernando Florida, Citrus Hills
I would rather be playing guitar than writing code....
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At 5:18pm on October 5, 2017, Michael Levin said…
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