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Accessing child TextView inside ListView

 
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Hi I want to make an application which contain a ListView and children TextViews inside the list. On clicking different TextViews, application performs in different open different intents. But it is opening same intents on all the time. Following is the code-

Please tell me what mistake am I doing and help me out.
 
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you are not using the ViewHolder class for holding the views.

Try creating the custom view holder class like


and add in get view method use following code


on line 23 you are using

Your should change it to


now you can use the pi object to create the intent and nevigate to another screen.
 
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