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Question # 1

In general, you should send an AccessibilityEvent whenever the content of your custom view changes. For example, if you are implementing a custom slider bar that allows a user to select a numeric value by pressing the left or right arrows, your custom view should emit an event of type TYPE_VIEW_TEXT_CHANGED whenever the slider value changes. Which one of the following sample codes demonstrates the use of the sendAccessibilityEvent() method to report this event.

A.

override fun dispatchPopulateAccessibilityEvent(event: AccessibilityEvent): Boolean {

return super.dispatchPopulateAccessibilityEvent(event).let { completed -> if (text?.isNotEmpty() == true) {

event.text.add(text) true

} else {

completed

}

}

}

B.

override fun onKeyUp(keyCode: Int, event: KeyEvent): Boolean { return when(keyCode) {

KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_LEFT -> {

currentValue--

sendAccessibilityEvent(AccessibilityEvent.TYPE_VIEW_TEXT_CHANGED)

true

}

...

}

}

C.

override fun onKeyUp(keyCode: Int, event: KeyEvent): Boolean { return when(keyCode) {

KeyEvent.KEYCODE_ENTER -> {

currentValue--

sendAccessibilityEvent

(AccessibilityEvent.TYPE_VIEW_CONTEXT_CLICKED)

true

}

...

}

}

Question # 2

By default, the notification's text content is truncated to fit one line. If you want your notification to be longer, for example, to create a larger text area, you can do it in this way:

A.

var builder = NotificationCompat.Builder(this, CHANNEL_ID)

.setContentText("Much longer text that cannot fit one line...")

.setStyle(NotificationCompat.BigTextStyle()

.bigText("Much longer text that cannot fit one line..."))

...

B.

var builder = NotificationCompat.Builder(this, CHANNEL_ID)

.setContentText("Much longer text that cannot fit one line...")

.setLongText("Much longer text that cannot fit one line..."))

...

C.

var builder = NotificationCompat.Builder(this, CHANNEL_ID)

.setContentText("Much longer text that cannot fit one line...")

.setTheme(android.R.style.Theme_LongText);

...

Question # 3

Each time your test invokes onView(), Espresso waits to perform the corresponding UI action or assertion until the following synchronization conditions are met: (Choose three.)

A.

The message queue is empty.

B.

The message queue is not empty.

C.

There are some instances of AsyncTask currently executing a task.

D.

There are no instances of AsyncTask currently executing a task.

E.

Some developer-defined idling resources are not idle.

F.

All developer-defined idling res

Question # 4

For example, our preferences.xml file was added by addPreferencesFromResource (R.xml.preferences). Our preferences.xml file contains such item:

android:title="@string/pref_notification_title" android:summary="@string/pref_notification_summary" android:defaultValue="@bool/pref_notification_default_value" app:iconSpaceReserved="false"/>

In our Fragment, we can dynamically get current notification preference value in this way:

A.

val isNotificationOn = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences (context).getBoolean(

context!!.getString(R.string.pref_notification_key), context!!.resources.getBoolean(R.bool.pref_notification_default_value)

)

B.

val isNotificationOn = PreferenceManager.getSharedPreferences (context).getBoolean(

context!!.getString(R.string.pref_notification_default_value), context!!.getString(R.string.pref_notification_key),

)

C.

val isNotificationOn = PreferenceManager.getSharedPreferences (context).getBoolean(

context!!.resources.getBoolean(R.bool.pref_notification_default_value), context!!.getString(R.string.pref_notification_key)

)

Question # 5

For example, we have a BufferedReader reader, associated with the json file through

InputStreamReader. To get a file data we can do this:

A.

var line: String? try {

while (reader.readLine().also { line = it } != null) { builder.append(line)

}

val json = JSONObject(builder.toString())

return json

} catch (exception: IOException) {

exception.printStackTrace()

} catch (exception: JSONException) {

exception.printStackTrace()

}

B.

var line: JSONObject ? try {

while (reader.readJSONObject ().also { line = it } != null) {

builder.append(line)

}

val json = JSONObject(builder.toString())

return json

} catch (exception: IOException) {

exception.printStackTrace()

} catch (exception: JSONException) {

exception.printStackTrace()

}

C.

var line: String? try {

while (reader.readLine().also { line = it } != null) { builder.append(line)

}

val json = JSONObject(builder.toString())

return json

} catch (exception: RuntimeException) {

exception.printStackTrace()

} catch (exception: ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException) {

exception.printStackTrace()

}

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