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Paging a Listview

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Paging a Listview

Postby Ramblurr » Sat Oct 25, 2008 5:48 am

Hello,

I've implemented a ListView with a custom ArrayAdapter and View type. That works fine, however now I would like to page the listview. That is, if my array has n items in it, I only want to show x items number, where x < n. Ideally, as the user scrolls the ListView items will appear and disappear as needed.

As far as I can tell the API has some methods in place to support this: getCount(), etc, but I haven't been able to work out a solution.

Has anyone seen this sort of paging ListView before?
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