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This code example shows how to use the following methods: setText, show
308:	mToast.setText(context.getString(message)); 
309:	mToast.show(); 
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99:	Notifier.sToast.setText( message ); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: setText, show
43:	toast.setText(sText); 
44:	toast.show(); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: setText, show
99:	lastText.setText(text); 
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101:	lastText.show(); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: setText, show
69:	toast.setText(msg); 
70:	toast.show(); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: setText, show
69:	toast.setText(msg); 
70:	toast.show(); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: setText, show
27:	mToast.setText(text); 
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29:	mToast.show(); 
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Related Toast setText Questions & Answers:
Toast Class Overview
A toast is a view containing a quick little message for the user. The toast class helps you create and show those.

When the view is shown to the user, appears as a floating view over the application. It will never receive focus. The user will probably be in the middle of typing something else. The idea is to be as unobtrusive as possible, while still showing the user the information you want them to see. Two examples are the volume control, and the brief message saying that your settings have been saved. The easiest way to use this class is to call one of the static methods that constructs everything you need and returns a new Toast object. Developer Guides For information about creating Toast notif...
setText Method Overview
Update the text in a Toast that was previously created using one of the makeText() methods.
See Also
  • cancel
    Close the view if it's showing, or don't show it if it isn't showing yet.
  • getXOffset
    Return the X offset in pixels to apply to the gravity's location.
  • getYOffset
    Return the Y offset in pixels to apply to the gravity's location.
  • makeText
    Make a standard toast that just contains a text view with the text from a resource.
  • setGravity
    Set the location at which the notification should appear on the screen.
  • show
    Show the view for the specified duration.