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Private val isOpen = false..

Why we use this? Or what is the purpose of this in Kotlin ? Anyone know.please tell me ASAP. Waiting.

6/8/2020 6:50:31 PM

Huba Khan

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This is looking like as a Boolean is declared to check the status whether it is open or not.

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It is similar to status of something that is not going to change. It is because 'val' variables are immutable. So isOpen will remain false throughout the code.

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It is use in RecyclerViewAdapter. Still it means the same?

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As I do not have the complete code, all I can say by just analysing the coding style and I think it is checking whether something has been opened or not.

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Thank you. ✌

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You're welcome

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Its var* sorry typing mistake.

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So it must be as I have suggested above or share your code for specific answer.

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I got it. Thank u