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Default plz somebody help me to understand these code........

why we use dot operator in between these methods???????
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 nm.cancel(getIntent().getExtras().getInt(“notificationID”));
what exactly we are doing with this code..? as cancel(int)method takes only one integer parameter ....



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The method getint(...) of getExtras() of getIntent() returns the integer which is of interest...

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