The android.view View startAnimation method is used to start an animation on a View. This method takes an Animation object as an argument and the animation is started on the View. The method returns a boolean value indicating whether the animation was successfully started or not.
Suppose we have a Button object named myButton and we want to start an animation on it. We can use the startAnimation method in the following way:
In this example, we first load an animation from a resource file using the AnimationUtils.loadAnimation method. This method takes two arguments - the context and the resource ID of the animation file. We then pass this animation object to the startAnimation method of our Button object to start the animation.
The startAnimation method is part of the android.view.View class which is located in the android.view package.
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