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Android: LayoutParams constructor overload with size in dip?

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In Android SDK there isn't an overload of a constructor of ViewGroup (and subclasses) with possibilities to specify the width and height in DP (or DIP) instead of in pixel. Why? Actually we have:

ViewGroup.LayoutParams(int width, int height)

Could be a good idea to have:

ViewGroup.LayoutParams(int dpWidth, int dpHeight, int ComplexUnitType.Dip) 
where ComplexUnitType could be an enum with units of measurement (for e.g) 
posted Jun 30, 2015 by anonymous

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