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Notepad Tutorial

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Notepad Tutorial

Postby Rishi_Android » Fri May 08, 2009 1:39 pm

In the tutorial's notepad application we have
android.database.Cursor
Cursor note=mDbHelper.fetchNote(mRowId); (Interface Cursor can have an instance?)
Then
note.getColumnIndexOrThrow(NotesDbAdapter.KEY_TITLE); (isn't this method suppose to be abstract?)

It might seem to be naive query , but i m confused.
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