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R.array

public static final class R.array
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.R.array


Summary

Constants

int emailAddressTypes

Email address types from android.provider.Contacts.

int imProtocols

Instant Message protocols/providers from android.provider.Contacts

int organizationTypes

Organization types from android.provider.Contacts.

int phoneTypes

Phone number types from android.provider.Contacts.

int postalAddressTypes

Postal address types from android.provider.Contacts.

Public constructors

R.array()

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Constants

emailAddressTypes

Added in API level 1
int emailAddressTypes

Email address types from android.provider.Contacts. This could be used when adding a new e-mail address for a contact, for example.

Constant Value: 17235968 (0x01070000)

imProtocols

Added in API level 1
int imProtocols

Instant Message protocols/providers from android.provider.Contacts

Constant Value: 17235969 (0x01070001)

organizationTypes

Added in API level 1
int organizationTypes

Organization types from android.provider.Contacts. This could be used when adding a new organization for a contact, for example.

Constant Value: 17235970 (0x01070002)

phoneTypes

Added in API level 1
int phoneTypes

Phone number types from android.provider.Contacts. This could be used when adding a new phone number for a contact, for example.

Constant Value: 17235971 (0x01070003)

postalAddressTypes

Added in API level 1
int postalAddressTypes

Postal address types from android.provider.Contacts. This could be used when adding a new address for a contact, for example.

Constant Value: 17235972 (0x01070004)

Public constructors

R.array

Added in API level 1
R.array ()

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