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In C, some expressions yield undefined behavior. The standard explicitly chooses to not define how a compiler should behave if it encounters such an expression. As a result, a compiler is free to do whatever it sees fit and may produce useful results, unexpected results, or even crash.

Code that invokes UB may work as intended on a specific system with a specific compiler, but will likely not work on another system, or with a different compiler, compiler version or compiler settings.

What is undefined behavior (UB)? According to the ISO C++ Standard (§1.3.24, N4296), it is "behavior for which this International Standard imposes no requirements."

This means that when a program encounters UB, it is allowed to do whatever it wants. This often means a crash, but it may simply do nothing, make demons fly out of your nose, or even appear to work properly!

Needless to say, you should avoid writing code that invokes UB.

User defined table types (UDT for short) are data types that allows the user to define a table structure. User defined table types supports primary keys, unique constraints and default values.
ANSI C defines a number of macros. Although each one is available for your use in programming, the predefined macros should not be directly modified.

A customization of the Android RangeSeekBar proposed by Alex Florescu at https://github.com/anothem/android-range-seek-bar

It allows to define a step value (increment), when moving the seek bar

Schemas are used by some connectors (Kafka, RabbitMQ) to turn messages into Java objects and vice-versa.

More examples on how C++ can go wrong.

Continuation from Undefined Behavior

This topic includes short, brief but comprehensive examples of loading pre-trained weights, inserting new layers on top or in the middle of pre-tained ones, and training a new network with partly pre-trained weights. An example for each of out-of-the-box pre-trained networks, available in Keras library (VGG, ResNet, Inception, Xception, MobileNet), is required.

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