September 2017

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Android – HTML in textView

Display HTML format First we will present below what are the supported tags for a textView and what are not supported. You can skip this section if you are already familiar with these or you want to jump directly into action :) Supported tags Unsupported tags <a href=”…”> <b> <big> <blockquote> <br> <cite> <del> <dfn> […]

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Kotlin – How to pass a function as parameter

Recently, I’ve noticed that there are a few different ways to pass a function as parameter in Kotlin. In this post I will use 2 functions: sum and divide. We have to declare the sum function, in such way that it can receive the divide function as argument. The most common and often more convenient

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Functions in Kotlin

In this post I will talk about 5 cool things that functions can do in Kotlin, better than methods in Java.   1. Forget about overloaded methods In Java, when you need the same method to have 1 parameter in one case and more parameters in another case, you would have to overload the method.

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