collection library Null safety

Classes

CanonicalizedMap<C, K, V>
A map whose keys are converted to canonical values of type C.
CaseInsensitiveEquality
String equality that's insensitive to differences in ASCII case.
CombinedIterableView<T>
A view of several iterables combined sequentially into a single iterable.
CombinedListView<T>
A view of several lists combined into a single list.
CombinedMapView<K, V>
Returns a new map that represents maps flattened into a single map.
DeepCollectionEquality
Deep equality on collections.
DefaultEquality<E>
Equality of objects that compares only the natural equality of the objects.
DelegatingIterable<E>
An Iterable that delegates all operations to a base iterable.
DelegatingList<E>
A List that delegates all operations to a base list.
DelegatingMap<K, V>
A Map that delegates all operations to a base map.
DelegatingQueue<E>
A Queue that delegates all operations to a base queue.
DelegatingSet<E>
A Set that delegates all operations to a base set.
Equality<E>
A generic equality relation on objects.
EqualityBy<E, F>
Equality of objects based on derived values.
EqualityMap<K, V>
A Map whose key equality is determined by an Equality object.
EqualitySet<E>
A Set whose key equality is determined by an Equality object.
HeapPriorityQueue<E>
Heap based priority queue.
IdentityEquality<E>
Equality of objects that compares only the identity of the objects.
IterableEquality<E>
Equality on iterables.
IterableZip<T>
Iterable that iterates over lists of values from other iterables.
ListEquality<E>
Equality on lists.
ListSlice<E>
A list view of a range of another list.
MapEquality<K, V>
Equality on maps.
MapKeySet<E>
An unmodifiable Set view of the keys of a Map.
MapValueSet<K, V>
Creates a modifiable Set view of the values of a Map.
MultiEquality<E>
Combines several equalities into a single equality.
NonGrowableListMixin<E>
Mixin class that implements a throwing version of all list operations that change the List's length.
NonGrowableListView<E>
A fixed-length list.
PriorityQueue<E>
A priority queue is a priority based work-list of elements.
QueueList<E>
A class that efficiently implements both Queue and List.
SetEquality<E>
Equality of sets.
UnionSet<E>
A single set that provides a view of the union over a set of sets.
UnionSetController<E>
A controller that exposes a view of the union of a collection of sets.
UnmodifiableListView<E>
An unmodifiable List view of another List.
UnmodifiableMapMixin<K, V>
Mixin class that implements a throwing version of all map operations that change the Map.
UnmodifiableMapView<K, V>
View of a Map that disallow modifying the map.
UnmodifiableSetMixin<E>
Mixin class that implements a throwing version of all set operations that change the Set.
UnmodifiableSetView<E>
An unmodifiable set.
UnorderedIterableEquality<E>
Equality of the elements of two iterables without considering order.

Extensions

ComparatorExtension
Extensions on comparator functions.
IterableComparableExtension
Extensions that apply to iterables of Comparable elements.
IterableDoubleExtension
Extension on iterables of double.
IterableExtension
Extensions that apply to all iterables.
IterableIntegerExtension
Extension on iterables of integers.
IterableIterableExtension
Extensions on iterables whose elements are also iterables.
IterableNullableExtension
Extensions that apply to iterables with a nullable element type.
IterableNumberExtension
Extensions that apply to iterables of numbers.
ListComparableExtensions
Various extensions on lists of comparable elements.
ListExtensions
Various extensions on lists of arbitrary elements.

Functions

binarySearch<E>(List<E> sortedList, E value, {int compare(E, E)?}) int
Returns a position of the value in sortedList, if it is there.
compareAsciiLowerCase(String a, String b) int
Compares a and b lexically, converting ASCII letters to lower case.
compareAsciiLowerCaseNatural(String a, String b) int
Compares strings a and b according to lower-case natural sort ordering.
compareAsciiUpperCase(String a, String b) int
Compares a and b lexically, converting ASCII letters to upper case.
compareAsciiUpperCaseNatural(String a, String b) int
Compares strings a and b according to upper-case natural sort ordering.
compareNatural(String a, String b) int
Compares strings a and b according to natural sort ordering.
equalsIgnoreAsciiCase(String a, String b) bool
Checks if strings a and b differ only on the case of ASCII letters.
groupBy<S, T>(Iterable<S> values, T key(S)) Map<T, List<S>>
Groups the elements in values by the value returned by key.
hashIgnoreAsciiCase(String string) int
Hash code for a string which is compatible with equalsIgnoreAsciiCase.
insertionSort<E>(List<E> elements, {int compare(E, E)?, int start = 0, int? end}) → void
Sort a list between start (inclusive) and end (exclusive) using insertion sort.
lowerBound<E>(List<E> sortedList, E value, {int compare(E, E)?}) int
Returns the first position in sortedList that does not compare less than value.
mapMap<K1, V1, K2, V2>(Map<K1, V1> map, {K2 key(K1, V1)?, V2 value(K1, V1)?}) Map<K2, V2>
Creates a new map from map with new keys and values.
@Deprecated('Use Map.map or a for loop in a Map literal.')
maxBy<S, T>(Iterable<S> values, T orderBy(S?), {int? compare(T, T)?}) → S?
Returns the element of values for which orderBy returns the maximum value.
mergeMaps<K, V>(Map<K, V> map1, Map<K, V> map2, {V value(V, V)?}) Map<K, V>
Returns a new map with all key/value pairs in both map1 and map2.
mergeSort<E>(List<E> elements, {int start = 0, int? end, int compare(E, E)?}) → void
Sorts a list between start (inclusive) and end (exclusive) using the merge sort algorithm.
minBy<S, T>(Iterable<S> values, T orderBy(S), {int compare(T, T)?}) → S?
Returns the element of values for which orderBy returns the minimum value.
reverse<E>(List<E> elements, [int start = 0, int? end]) → void
Reverses a list, or a part of a list, in-place.
shuffle(List elements, [int start = 0, int? end, Random? random]) → void
Shuffles a list randomly.
stronglyConnectedComponents<T>(Map<T, Iterable<T>> graph) List<Set<T>>
Returns the strongly connected components of graph, in topological order.
transitiveClosure<T>(Map<T, Iterable<T>> graph) Map<T, Set<T>>
Returns the transitive closure of graph.