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where to see the auto generated code in Eclipse IDE

 
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Hi.,

In Eclipse IDE,whenever i create view like EditText,Text view etc., in the android application's res layout.xml file .Is there any code that eclipseIDE will generate as per the frame work (i mean like for every jsp we wrote there is an internal servlet ( i mean .java file ) created). In R.java only i am able to see the reference values for Resources and images(drawables) only.


I am very new to android , knows some basics of Java and J2me. Could you please suggest any self learning book .Need suggestions from you where to start , and how to proceed.

Thanks in advance..
 
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Hi Suresh,
Please have a look at this thread: Any Book Suggestion for Learning Android (Beginner).
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