Android Question (solved)AlignLeftRight

Theera

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Mahares

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You do not need StringFunctions2 library. The easiest way to populate your xClv is to use for the item layout 2 labels side by side. The first label text is left aligned and holds the content, and the second label text is right aligned and holds the price . See what it would look like in your xCustomListview in the attached screenshot. If this is what you are interested in and still need help, come back. Otherwise, keep searching.
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Theera

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You do not need StringFunctions2 library. The easiest way to populate your xClv is to use for the item layout 2 labels side by side. The first label text is left aligned and holds the content, and the second label text is right aligned and holds the price . See what it would look like in your xCustomListview in the attached screenshot. If this is what you are interested in and still need help, come back. Otherwise, keep searching.
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Do you have the code for studying. Due to I understand English afew little bits. I have still more learned.
 
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Theera

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Ok.I have solved.
 
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