CompoundAssignmentExpression class Null safety
A potentially compound assignment.
A compound assignment is any node in which a single expression is used to specify both where to access a value to be operated on (the "read") and to specify where to store the result of the operation (the "write"). This happens in an AssignmentExpression when the assignment operator is a compound assignment operator, and in a PrefixExpression or PostfixExpression when the operator is an increment operator.
Clients may not extend, implement or mix-in this class.
- hashCode → int
The hash code for this object. [...]
- readElement → Element?
The element that is used to read the value. [...]
- readType → DartType?
The type of the value read with the readElement. [...]
- runtimeType → Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
- writeElement → Element?
The element that is used to write the result. [...]
- writeType → DartType?
The types of assigned values must be subtypes of this type. [...]