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Ok. Do one thing on the top right side of eclipse there is icon of "open perspective" (to the just left of Java) Click on that. Then select DDMS. Then If device contain your emulator name then click on that (just one click) If focus come on that then again look at Logcat you will get Logcat output.
To go to the .java files then click on Java (again top right of eclipse )
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ya,i got it.anyway what can we get from these thisng
Using logcat output you can trace flow of your application by inserting System.out.println (""); statement.
Try inserting some statement in onCreate () method and in some other method. so you know that first onCreate statement execute first when you run your application. You can also use it for checking variables value at runtime.