Introducing MonoDroid: Listing 2

Resource.Designer.cs Code

// <auto-generated>
//   This code was generated by a tool.
//   Runtime Version:2.0.50727.4952
//   Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if
//   the code is regenerated.
// </auto-generated>
//---------------------------------------------------------------------
namespace MonoDroidTestApplication
{
  public partial class Resource
  {
    public class attr
    {
      private attr()
      {
      }
    }
    public class drawable
    {
      // aapt resource value: 0x7f020000
      public const int icon = 2130837504;
      private drawable()
      {
      }
    }
    public class layout
    {
      // aapt resource value: 0x7f030000
      public const int main = 2130903040;
      private layout()
      {
      }
    }
      public class @string
      {
        // aapt resource value: 0x7f040000
        public const int hello = 2130968576;
        // aapt resource value: 0x7f040001
        public const int app_name = 2130968577;
        private @string()
        {
        }
      }
      public class id
      {
        // aapt resource value: 0x7f050000
        public const int myButton = 2131034112;
        private id()
        {
        }
      }
   }
}

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Wallace (Wally) B. McClure has authored books on iPhone programming with Mono/Monotouch, Android programming with Mono for Android, application architecture, ADO.NET, SQL Server and AJAX. He's a Microsoft MVP, an ASPInsider and a partner at Scalable Development Inc. He maintains a blog, and can be followed on Twitter.

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