Mark Spritzler wrote:Personally, I think it would be saner to break it apart into multiple views or multiple GridViews. Or wrapper GridViews. You could have an outer GridView with 1 row three columns. Then in each column have a GridView, the left being 2x5, the middle just a single view, sounds like it doesn't have to be a gridview, and the right however you need it.
Hope that helps.
Always try to go the easy route. If something is becoming difficult. stop and think there has got to be a better way and then go find it.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:List<? extends A> is the supertype of all lists of types that are subtypes of A. Therefore, List<? extends A> is the supertype of List<A>, as well as List<C>, if C extends A.
List<? super A> is the supertype of all lists of types that are supertypes of A. Therefore, List<? super A> is the supertype of List<A>, as well as List<Object>.
Wildcards always indicate supertypes.
[edited 10.000 times because the forum interprets my type arguments as bold text ]
Is List<Object> a supertype of List<String>?
No, different instantiations of the same generic type for different concrete type arguments have no type relationship.
Compatibility between instantiations of the same generic type exist only among wildcard instantiations and concrete instantiations that belong to the family of instantiations that the wildcard instantiation denotes.