The android.widget.EditText class is used to create a text field in an Android application. The getWindowToken() method is a part of this class which returns a token which is used to identify the window that this view is attached to.
Here is an example of how to use the getWindowToken() method in Java:
In this example, we are first getting a reference to an EditText object in our application that has been defined in the layout file with an id of "edittext". We are then calling the getWindowToken() method on this object to get the IBinder token associated with its window.
This example uses the package library "android.widget".
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