first property

  1. @override
int first
override

The first element.

Throws a StateError if this is empty. Otherwise returns the first element in the iteration order, equivalent to this.elementAt(0).

Implementation

@override
int get first {
  return _byteList.first;
}
  1. @override
void first=(int value)
override

The first element of the list.

The list must be non-empty when accessing its first element.

The first element of a list can be modified, unlike an Iterable. A list.first is equivalent to list[0], both for getting and setting the value.

final numbers = <int>[1, 2, 3];
print(numbers.first); // 1
numbers.first = 10;
print(numbers.first); // 10
numbers.clear();
numbers.first; // Throws.

Implementation

@override
set first(int value) {
  _byteList.first = value;
}