Tim Moores wrote:It was always possible to use Java code in Flutter apps; why should it not be possible to use Kotlin as well, or why should that be new? A quick search brings up many writeups on this very topic, like https://medium.com/swlh/make-an-android-app-with-kotlin-flutter-and-react-native-32333041b9e8, https://blog.kotlin-academy.com/flutter-and-kotlin-multiplatform-relationship-890616005f57, https://www.calloftechies.com/2019/06/how-to-use-java-or-kotlin-with-flutter.html and https://www.nplix.com/2019/09/flutter-how-to-start-android-activity.html.
Thushan Ganegedara wrote:Hi Giovanni,
Yes, that's one of the pain points of TensorFlow; lack of backward compatibility. Unfortunately, the only way is to roll up our sleeves and deal with it.
There is some support for doing this migration https://www.tensorflow.org/guide/migrate but I don't think it's a one-stop solution for all problems.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Today is the centenary of women getting the vote in UK, but not all of them; on the same day all men over twenty‑one with a few exceptions, e.g. those incarcerated, got the vote too. Strange to think we need such an anniversary; even when I was young I took it for granted that all adults vote.
Not quite a snakepit subject, and not quite an MD subject, sort of half‑and‑half.
Monica Shiralkar wrote:I read that data structures in Java include Stacks , Queues. How is it decided whether a particular member of collections interface is a data structure or not. Thanks
Claud Mann wrote:
Can anyone explain me the difference between an interface and its implementation, and, being more spefic:
what is an implementation of an interface?