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how to give Edittext and button to half of the screen width?  RSS feed

 
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below is my login screen.I need to give both EditText and Button to take half of the screen width.can we archive this using weight ?unless i have to give margin values specifically for each type of screens(small,large,...)?

 
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Weights only work with LinearLayout. For a perfect 50/50 split in a RelativeLayout you can put a view centered in the layout, then put your views to the left and right of the strut. Something like this:


You can adjust the spacing more or less than 50/50 by putting a left margin on the space. Example:

 
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Thanks Steve
 
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