Best code examples for ListView getAdapter method (android.widget.ListView.getAdapter)

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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildAt, getAdapter, performItemClick
53:	long itemId = listView.getAdapter().getItemId(TESTED_CLICKED_INDEX); 
54:	View view = listView.getChildAt(TESTED_CLICKED_INDEX); 
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57:	listView.performItemClick(view, TESTED_CLICKED_INDEX, itemId); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, setAdapter, setOnScrollListener, setOnTouchListener
42:	ListAdapter rightAdapter = rightListView.getAdapter(); 
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50:	rightListView.setAdapter(rightAdapter); 
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53:	rightListView.setOnTouchListener(this); 
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55:	rightListView.setOnScrollListener(this); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildAt, getChildCount, getAdapter, getListPaddingTop
117:	View firstChild = mListView.getChildAt(0); 
118:	if (firstChild.getTop() < this.mListView.getListPaddingTop()) { 
119:	firstChild = mListView.getChildAt(1); 
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122:	View lastChild = mListView.getChildAt(mListView.getChildCount() - 1); 
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129:	View newLastChild = mListView.getChildAt(mListView.getChildCount() - 1); 
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132:	assertEquals("Wrong view in last position", mListView.getAdapter().getCount() - 1, 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildAt, getChildCount, getAdapter, getHeight, getListPaddingBottom
76:	int originalCount = mListView.getChildCount(); 
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78:	TouchUtils.scrollToBottom(this, mListView); 
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82:	mListView.getSelectedItemPosition()); 
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84:	View lastChild = mListView.getChildAt(mListView.getChildCount() - 1); 
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86:	assertEquals("List is not scrolled to the bottom", mListView.getAdapter().getCount() - 1, 
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90:	mListView.getHeight() - mListView.getListPaddingBottom(), lastChild.getBottom()); 
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93:	mListView.getChildCount(), originalCount + 1), 
94:	mListView.getChildCount() <= originalCount + 1); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, getDividerHeight, getLayoutParams, setLayoutParams
267:	int itemCount = lv.getAdapter().getCount(); 
268:	int divider = lv.getDividerHeight(); 
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270:	ViewGroup.LayoutParams lp = lv.getLayoutParams(); 
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272:	lv.setLayoutParams(lp); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildCount, getAdapter, getSelectedView, getVerticalFadingEdgeLength
44:	mListView.getSelectedView().getHeight() < mListView.getVerticalFadingEdgeLength()); 
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46:	mListView.getChildCount() < mListView.getAdapter().getCount()); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter
46:	assertTrue(list.getAdapter().getCount()>0); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, getDividerHeight, getLayoutParams, setLayoutParams
268:	int itemCount = lv.getAdapter().getCount(); 
269:	int divider = lv.getDividerHeight(); 
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271:	ViewGroup.LayoutParams lp = lv.getLayoutParams(); 
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273:	lv.setLayoutParams(lp); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter
89:	selection.setText(parent.getAdapter().getItem(position).toString()); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, getDividerHeight, getLayoutParams, setLayoutParams
272:	int itemCount = lv.getAdapter().getCount(); 
273:	int divider = lv.getDividerHeight(); 
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275:	ViewGroup.LayoutParams lp = lv.getLayoutParams(); 
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277:	lv.setLayoutParams(lp); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildAt, getChildCount, getAdapter, getHeight, getListPaddingBottom
83:	TouchUtils.scrollToBottom(this, mListView); 
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87:	mListView.getSelectedItemPosition()); 
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89:	View lastChild = mListView.getChildAt(mListView.getChildCount() - 1); 
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91:	assertEquals("List is not scrolled to the bottom", mListView.getAdapter().getCount() - 1, 
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95:	mListView.getHeight() - mListView.getListPaddingBottom(), lastChild.getBottom()); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildAt, getChildCount, getAdapter, getHeight, getListPaddingBottom
76:	int originalCount = mListView.getChildCount(); 
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78:	TouchUtils.scrollToBottom(this, mListView); 
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82:	mListView.getSelectedItemPosition()); 
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84:	View lastChild = mListView.getChildAt(mListView.getChildCount() - 1); 
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86:	assertEquals("List is not scrolled to the bottom", mListView.getAdapter().getCount() - 1, 
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90:	mListView.getHeight() - mListView.getListPaddingBottom(), lastChild.getBottom()); 
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93:	mListView.getChildCount(), originalCount + 1), 
94:	mListView.getChildCount() <= originalCount + 1); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, getDividerHeight, getLayoutParams, setLayoutParams
270:	int itemCount = lv.getAdapter().getCount(); 
271:	int divider = lv.getDividerHeight(); 
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273:	ViewGroup.LayoutParams lp = lv.getLayoutParams(); 
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275:	lv.setLayoutParams(lp); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter
46:	assertTrue(list.getAdapter().getCount()>0); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter
83:	selection.setText(parent.getAdapter().getItem(position).toString()); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, setVisibility
80:	CursorAdapter adapter = (CursorAdapter) mListView.getAdapter(); 
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103:	mListView.setVisibility( View.GONE ); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildCount, getAdapter, getSelectedView, getVerticalFadingEdgeLength
44:	mListView.getSelectedView().getHeight() < mListView.getVerticalFadingEdgeLength()); 
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46:	mListView.getChildCount() < mListView.getAdapter().getCount()); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, setOnScrollListener
221:	Adapter adapter = this.mList.getAdapter(); 
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236:	this.mList.setOnScrollListener(this); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter
92:	ListAdapter adapter = listView.getAdapter(); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter
109:	DeviceAdminInfo dpi = (DeviceAdminInfo)l.getAdapter().getItem(position); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter
46:	assertTrue(list.getAdapter().getCount()>0); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter
80:	String lang = (String) ((LanguageListAdapter) languageListView.getAdapter()) 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter
102:	((WeaponListAdapter) mListView.getAdapter()).setData(data); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, setItemChecked
215:	ResourceCursorAdapter adapter = (ResourceCursorAdapter) listHostGroups.getAdapter(); 
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218:	listHostGroups.setItemChecked(restoreHostGroupPos, true); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, getHeaderViewsCount
164:	int headersCount = listView.getHeaderViewsCount(); 
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166:	if ((pos >= 0) && (pos < listView.getAdapter().getCount())) { 
167:	T t = (T)listView.getAdapter().getItem(pos); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getAdapter, setOnScrollListener
239:	Adapter adapter = mList.getAdapter(); 
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254:	mList.setOnScrollListener(this); 
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A view that shows items in a vertically scrolling list. The items come from the ListAd...
getAdapter Method Overview
Returns the adapter currently in use in this ListView.
See Also
  • addFooterView
    Add a fixed view to appear at the bottom of the list.
  • setDivider
    Sets the drawable that will be drawn between each item in the list.
  • setDividerHeight
    Sets the height of the divider that will be drawn between each item in the list.
  • setItemsCanFocus
    Indicates that the views created by the ListAdapter can contain focusable items.
  • setSelectionFromTop
    Sets the selected item and positions the selection y pixels from the top edge of the ListView.