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added in API level 23

View.OnScrollChangeListener

public static interface View.OnScrollChangeListener

android.view.View.OnScrollChangeListener


Interface definition for a callback to be invoked when the scroll X or Y positions of a view change.

Note: Some views handle scrolling independently from View and may have their own separate listeners for scroll-type events. For example, ListView allows clients to register an AbsListView.OnScrollListener to listen for changes in list scroll position.

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Summary

Public methods

abstract void onScrollChange(View v, int scrollX, int scrollY, int oldScrollX, int oldScrollY)

Called when the scroll position of a view changes.

Public methods

onScrollChange

added in API level 23
void onScrollChange (View v, 
                int scrollX, 
                int scrollY, 
                int oldScrollX, 
                int oldScrollY)

Called when the scroll position of a view changes.

Parameters
v View: The view whose scroll position has changed.

scrollX int: Current horizontal scroll origin.

scrollY int: Current vertical scroll origin.

oldScrollX int: Previous horizontal scroll origin.

oldScrollY int: Previous vertical scroll origin.

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