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If you created your project using the Android SDK Tools (readCreating an Android Project), the tools create a <code>res/</code> directory in the top level of the project. Within this <code>res/</code> directory are subdirectories for various resource types. There are also a few default files such as <code>res/values/strings.xml</code>, which holds your string values.
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If you created your project using the Android SDK Tools (read [[Special:MyLanguage/Android_Training/Creating_an_Android_Project|Creating an Android Project]]), the tools create a <code>res/</code> directory in the top level of the project. Within this <code>res/</code> directory are subdirectories for various resource types. There are also a few default files such as <code>res/values/strings.xml</code>, which holds your string values.

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If you created your project using the Android SDK Tools (read [[Special:MyLanguage/Android_Training/Creating_an_Android_Project|Creating an Android Project]]), the tools create a <code>res/</code> directory in the top level of the project. Within this <code>res/</code> directory are subdirectories for various resource types. There are also a few default files such as <code>res/values/strings.xml</code>, which holds your string values.

If you created your project using the Android SDK Tools (read Creating an Android Project), the tools create a res/ directory in the top level of the project. Within this res/ directory are subdirectories for various resource types. There are also a few default files such as res/values/strings.xml, which holds your string values.