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how to add two buttons below

 
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this is my scroll view xml file.But it doesn't show the buttons in below.I need to have two buttons as a footer.How to add them as a footer?

 
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The problem is that you make the scroll view take up the entire screen. Don't do that.
 
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how to avoid scrollview take entire view?
 
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How do you control the size of things in a LinearLayout? http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/ui/layout/linear.html
 
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Hi Steve.Still i have issue.can you please give me a example?.
 
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Can you answer my question?
 
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using android:layout_width="fill_parent" for child element.


anyway i found solution.i don't know it's the best way.anyway its working fine.if there is a better way to do this please let me know Steve.Thanks for helping me.

 
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A few suggestions.
I don't know what exactly you are trying to do here, but
but if you have to define 97 elements, then you might want to consider using a ListView and populating it dynamically.
You might also want to consider using tools like Droid Draw to get your basic layout in place.
 
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actually i am trying to show some schedule for week.so i have seven fixed columns .But rows may vary. anyway maximum 15 row s.So i have names Text views as TextView11 for first column firs row. So TextView97 means 7th column 9th row Text View.
 
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