arrays – You must supply a resource ID for a TextView android error-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: I try all this day to resolve this error. I don’t understand why my logcat prints: 05-06 21:45:59.559: ERROR/ConversationList(9023): We have chats… 05-06 21:45:59.609: ERROR/ConversationList(9023): UpdateList end… 05-06 21:45:59.839: ERROR/ArrayAdapter(9023): You must supply a resource ID for a TextView 05-06 21:45:59.839: DEBUG/AndroidRuntime(9023): Shutting down VM 05-06 21:45:59.839: WARN/dalvikvm(9023): threadid=3: thread exiting with …

java – Concatenate JSONArrays-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: I am using JSONArray under the org.json Package. My first JSONArray is like: [[“249404″,”VPR249404”],[“249403″,”VPR249403”],[“249391″,”M249391”]] and Second [[“249386″,”M249386”],[“249385″,”M249385(I)”],[“249384″,”I249384”]] So I’d like to append new JSONArray to my first JSONArray. I am working on Java and Android. I have heard about google-gson library, but I don’t know whether it can help me or not …

android – Resource arrays-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: This question already has answers here: Storing R.drawable IDs in XML array (6 answers) Closed 2 years ago. Is there a way to define an array in XML in which the elements are resource references? For example (it doesn’t work, but it explains what I want): <integer-array name=”actions_images”> <item>@drawable/pencil</item> <item>@drawable/pencil</item> <item>@drawable/pencil</item> <item>@drawable/pencil</item> …

java – Using Retrofit to access JSON arrays-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: I thought I understood how to do this, but obviously not. I have my API from Flickr, which begins like so: jsonFlickrApi({ “photos”:{ “page”:1, “pages”:10, “perpage”:100, “total”:1000, “photo”:[ { “id”:”12567883725″, “owner”:”74574845@N05″, “secret”:”a7431762dd”, “server”:”7458″, “farm”:8, “title”:””, “ispublic”:1, “isfriend”:0, “isfamily”:0, “url_l”:”http:\/\/farm8.staticflickr.com\/7458\/12567883725_a7431762dd_b.jpg”, “height_l”:”683″, “width_l”:”1024″ } Now the information I need to get is from within …

java – Android Resource – Array of Arrays-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: I am trying to implement a resource data structure that includes an array of arrays, specifically strings. The issue I run into is how to get the sub-array objects and their specific values. Here is what my resource file looks like…. <resources> <array name=”array0″> <item> <string-array name=”array01″> <item name=”id”>1</item> <item name=”title”>item one</item> …

arrays – Checking out of bounds in Java-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: I’m trying to check if an array location is out of bounds, what’s the simplest way? int[] arr; populate(arr); if(arr[-1] == null) //out of bounds! Would something like this work? I’m pretty sure this can be done with a trycatch or a scanner but for just a simple small program, is there …