How to get user input in Android Studio

In this video I am going to show you how to:
get user input, from an edit text field. You learn how to use the standard input field, a email, and a numerical input. Also the ability to display user input is shown.

This process will take about 7 and a half minutes but by the time we are finished here, you will know everything about how to get user input in your android app.

I guarantee you will learn something of value in this video.
In this video we will be using Android Studio Version 2.3.3
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