Best code examples for TextView endBatchEdit method (android.widget.TextView.endBatchEdit)
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Displays text to the user and optionally allows them to edit it. A TextView
is a complete text editor, however the basic class is configured to not
allow editing; see EditText for a subclass that configures the text
view for editing.
To allow users to copy some or all of the TextView's value and paste it somewhere else, set the
XML attribute android:textIsSelectable to "true" or call
setTextIsSelectable(true). The textIsSelectable flag
allows users to make selection gestures in the TextView, which in turn triggers the system's
built-in copy/paste controls....
Called by the framework in response to a text auto-correction (such as fixing a typo using a
a dictionnary) from the current input method, provided by it calling
Sets the typeface and style in which the text should be displayed,
and turns on the fake bold and italic bits in the Paint if the
Typeface that you provided does not have all the bits in the
style that you specified.