Your First Kotlin Android App
Part 4: Debugging Restoring State
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Restoring State

A null value is a property or a variable that doesn't exist or hold anything. It's also known as the absence of a value and doesn't take up any memory.

This course was originally created in 2019. The content and student materials were reviewed and updated in October 2020.

When you save the state of your app, you'll want to - at some point - restore it. This video will cover the process.