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public static final class CalendarContract.EventDays
extends Object implements CalendarContract.EventDaysColumns

   ↳ android.provider.CalendarContract.EventDays

Fields and helpers for querying for a list of days that contain events.


Inherited constants

From interface android.provider.CalendarContract.EventDaysColumns


public static final Uri CONTENT_URI

Public methods

static final Cursor query(ContentResolver cr, int startDay, int numDays, String[] projection)

Retrieves the days with events for the Julian days starting at "startDay" for "numDays".

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object



added in API level 14

Public methods


added in API level 14
Cursor query (ContentResolver cr, 
                int startDay, 
                int numDays, 
                String[] projection)

Retrieves the days with events for the Julian days starting at "startDay" for "numDays". It returns a cursor containing startday and endday representing the max range of days for all events beginning on each startday.This is a blocking function and should not be done on the UI thread.

cr ContentResolver: the ContentResolver

startDay int: the first Julian day in the range

numDays int: the number of days to load (must be at least 1)

projection String: the columns to return in the cursor

Cursor a database cursor containing a list of start and end days for events

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