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<category>

syntax:
<category android:
name="string" />
contained in:
<intent-filter>
description:
Adds a category name to an intent filter. See Intents and Intent Filters for details on intent filters and the role of category specifications within a filter.
attributes:
android:name
The name of the category. Standard categories are defined in the Intent class as CATEGORY_name constants. The name assigned here can be derived from those constants by prefixing "android.intent.category." to the name that follows CATEGORY_. For example, the string value for CATEGORY_LAUNCHER is "android.intent.category.LAUNCHER".

Custom categories should use the package name as a prefix, to ensure that they are unique.

introduced in:
API Level 1
see also:
<action>
<data>
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