I just joined this forum to talk about android development since I have recently started to develop apps for android.
I'm familar with C# and I have done several Java projects using eclipse as well.
However, there's something I'm wondering about: When using the AlertDialog, for example with the options "yes" and "no", does it make sense to call dialog.cancel() inside the "no" option if you don't want use the fired onDialogCancelled event?
I'm just curious about it. Since I don't want to do anything when the user hits the "no" option I don't need dialog.cancel(), do I?