The android.widget EditText setTag method allows you to attach an object to an EditText view. This object can then be retrieved later using the getTag method. This can be useful when you need to store additional data or information about the EditText view.
Example 1: Suppose you want to create a form with EditText fields for name, email, and password. You could attach a string label to each EditText view using setTag and retrieve it later when the user submits the form.
Example 2: Suppose you want to create a custom EditText view that has additional properties or attributes. You can attach an object that represents these additional properties using setTag, and then retrieve it later when you need to use it.
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