Expect and Actual in Kotlin Multi platform Mobile

package com.sharedmoduleexpect fun getNameOfPlatform(): Stringclass Greeting{
fun sayWelcome(): String = "Welcome, ${getNameOfPlatform()}"
}
package com.sharedmoduleimport android.os.Buildactual fun getNameOfPlatform(): String {
return "Android ${Build.VERSION.RELEASE}"
}
package com.sharedmoduleimport platform.UIKit.UIDeviceactual fun getNameOfPlatform(): String {
return "${UIDevice.currentDevice.systemName()}
${
UIDevice.currentDevice.systemVersion()}"
}

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