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Use callback methods in a dialog

Use callback methods in a dialog: Building Flexible Android Apps with the Fragments API
Use callback methods in a dialog: Building Flexible Android Apps with the Fragments API

A dialog can either be dismissed or cancelled. You can cause either affect by calling a method of the DialogFragment named for the action: the dismiss() or the cancel() method. Fragments are also dismissed when the user touches or clicks the app’s surface outside the dialog’s borders. To send data to the app’s main activity, for example when the user touches an ok button or icon, use the same pattern as with conventional fragments: define an interface with callback methods in the dialog, and implement the interface in the activity or fragment that will open the dialog.

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