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Dart List Filters

Introduction


Dart filters lists through the List.where and List.retainWhere methods. The where function takes one argument: a boolean function that is applied to each element of the list. If the function evaluates to true then the list element is retained; if the function evaluates to false, the element is removed.

Calling
theList.retainWhere(foo)
is practically equivalent to setting
theList = theList.where(foo)
.

Examples


Filtering a list of integers


[-1, 0, 2, 4, 7, 9].where((x) => x > 2) --> [4, 7, 9]


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