The setClickable method is a method of the android.view.View class, and is used to set whether the view can be clicked or not. Setting a view to clickable means that it can receive click events, and can be used to perform an action when the view is clicked.
In this example, we have a button view named myButton, and we want it to be clickable. We can use setClickable method in the following way:
Button myButton = findViewById(R.id.my_button); myButton.setClickable(true); //set the button as clickable
This code sets the myButton view to be clickable, and it can now receive click events.
In this example, we have an ImageView named myImage, and we do not want it to be clickable. We can use setClickable method in the following way:
ImageView myImage = findViewById(R.id.my_image); myImage.setClickable(false); //set the image as not clickable
This code sets the myImage view to be not clickable, and it will not receive click events.
Package Library: android.view.
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