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How to show a title to a ListView

 
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Hello,

I'm trying to show a TextView in the top of a screen and, below the TextView, I want to show a ListView.

My layout is:


The only view that is being shown is the TextView. The ListView does not appear.

If I remove the TextView entry from the XML, the ListView appears.

Does anyone have an ideia of what I can do to show the TextView and the ListView?

Thanks in advance,
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Just add this line in LinearLayout for orientation



After adding this line ListView will show along with TextView
 
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It worked!

Thanks a lot.

I'm just wondering why it worked - I mean: the vertical orientation is the "default" - why did I have to declare it explicity to work?

Thanks in advance,
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I'm just wondering why it worked - I mean: the vertical orientation is the "default" - why did I have to declare it explicity to work?



Default orientation is horizontal.

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