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.
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
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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.