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BOOK: Professional Android 2 Application Development
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I was having a bit of trouble (read a lot of trouble with the EarthquakeLookupTask in chapter 9 it was hard to tell that is was a private class within the Earthquake Service to do the background processing. Do not make the mistake of trying to make it a public class in it's own java file.

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