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Oct 20, 2018
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Existence of a continuous function such that $f(x) = 0$ but $f(f(x)) eq f(x)$

Does there exist a continuous function $f: \mathbb{R} \rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ such that the following two statements are both true?
a) $f(x) = 0$ for all $x \in \mathbb{R}$
b) $f(f(x)) eq f(x)$ for all $x \in \mathbb{R}$
Clearly a function that satisfies only statement (a) of the problem cannot satisfy statement (b). But does there exist such a function?

A:

No: If $f$ satisfies your condition then $f(f(f(x))=0$ and $f(x) eq 0$.

Let $X$ be any infinite set. Let $f : X \to X$ be any bijection.
Let $x_0 \in X$.
Then $f(x_0) \in X$.
Then $f(f(x_0)) = f(x_0)$.
So the image of $f$ is a closed set.
So $f$ is a homeomorphism of $X$ with a closed set.
So $X$ is finite.

Now, take $X=\mathbb{R}$.

Nov 14, 2019
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Converting HTML & CSS into Android (using Xamarin)

I have a web app that contains HTML / CSS for Android as it is dependent on an Android app that needs to be packaged with it.
I have done a bit of research in this area and have decided it will be easier to convert this into an Xamarin app.
How would one go about doing this? Is this even the best route to go for the purposes I have in mind, or should I just go with something like PhoneGap which will allow me to make my web app into a native app?

A:

Getting to know Xamarin could be a pain since it’s the Microsoft equivalent of PhoneGap, although (depending on what you want to achieve) Xamarin might be a better choice. In fact, for your case, it seems the conversion from HTML to Xamarin would be a bit easier than PhoneGap.
Personally, I would consider using PhoneGap, since it is not based on Xamarin and provides higher compatibility with HTML/CSS.
Xamarin supports both WebView and NativeViews, both of these are based on the WebView component, but work differently. NativeViews can be considered as the equivalent of PhoneGap for Xamarin and PhoneGap for PhoneGap. For this reason, I would consider going with PhoneGap for you app.
You can take a look at this Stackoverflow thread for more in-depth info on the matter.
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