<item name="foo" type="string">336110023261</item>
When you call res.getString(R.string.foo) you actually get a different number than what is defined in the resource. I have no idea why. But that sucked.
Any ideas or ?
BTW: I can't find any other place to ask questions / get support so I'm trying here. Sorry if this is not the best place.
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