I am developing a media player for Android and I have separate classes providers to access the media files on the sd-card device on the Internet (radio stream) and Profile vk.com. Please tell me whether it is possible to separate the methods that are called immediately after a successful login, and query methods, from the main Activity? I want to put this code in a separate class, how to do it?
Ram-Z wrote:[ramsi@shada ~]$ ccr artha
0 ccr/artha 1.0.2-1
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Numbers: The number is in front of the package, in this case: 0If you know the name of the package you can also install it directly with:ccr -S <pkgname>Many Thanks.
Here is the task that I was presented with:
I am dealing with about a 10,000 line input deck file for an analysis. About 10 separate blocks of around 25 lines of code each need to be updated in the input deck.
The input deck (deckToChange in the code below) comes with 2 separate files.
Here's my "power user" need – the use case seems legitimate, I see that the recommendation was to downplay or remove requests for specific software products which may become outdated (seems like a challenging position to maintain too rigidly):
I was required today to review the source code on a decent number of web pages
Rather than close and open the source code each time
I just realized the painful reminder that, unless the sender is on Spring, you can't receive MMS using a Google Voice number.
I need two numbers. The native number of my phone is my business line. I need a second number to send/receive personal sms/mms/phone calls. It's a well known major drawback that Google has not forked out the money to license MMS for all carriers.
I'm using Excel 2010, and have a spreadsheet of simple numbers (they're 1-5 ratings for a range of questions), so I have questions across the top, and each person's responses as a separate row. The numbers are whole numbers, but each cell has an error checking marker saying 'Number Stored as Text'.