RxnIntExt extension Null safety

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Properties

bitLength int?
Returns the minimum number of bits required to store this integer. [...]
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isEven bool?
Returns true if and only if this integer is even.
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isOdd bool?
Returns true if and only if this integer is odd.
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sign int?
Returns the sign of this integer. [...]
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Methods

abs() int?
Returns the absolute value of this integer. [...]
ceil() int?
Returns this.
ceilToDouble() double?
Returns this.toDouble().
floor() int?
Returns this.
floorToDouble() double?
Returns this.toDouble().
gcd(int other) int?
Returns the greatest common divisor of this integer and other. [...]
modInverse(int modulus) int?
Returns the modular multiplicative inverse of this integer modulo modulus. [...]
modPow(int exponent, int modulus) int?
Returns this integer to the power of exponent modulo modulus. [...]
round() int?
Returns this.
roundToDouble() double?
Returns this.toDouble().
toSigned(int width) int?
Returns the least significant width bits of this integer, extending the highest retained bit to the sign. This is the same as truncating the value to fit in width bits using an signed 2-s complement representation. The returned value has the same bit value in all positions higher than width. [...]
toUnsigned(int width) int?
Returns the least significant width bits of this integer as a non-negative number (i.e. unsigned representation). The returned value has zeros in all bit positions higher than width. [...]
truncate() int?
Returns this.
truncateToDouble() double?
Returns this.toDouble().

Operators

operator &(int other) int?
Bit-wise and operator. [...]
operator <<(int shiftAmount) int?
Shift the bits of this integer to the left by shiftAmount. [...]
operator >>(int shiftAmount) int?
Shift the bits of this integer to the right by shiftAmount. [...]
operator ^(int other) int?
Bit-wise exclusive-or operator. [...]
operator unary-() int?
Return the negative value of this integer. [...]
operator |(int other) int?
Bit-wise or operator. [...]
operator ~() int?
The bit-wise negate operator. [...]