FileWriter class Null safety

Inheritance

Properties

error DomException?
read-only
hashCode int
The hash code for this object. [...]
read-only, inherited
length int?
read-only
on Events
This is an ease-of-use accessor for event streams which should only be used when an explicit accessor is not available.
read-only, inherited
onAbort Stream<ProgressEvent>
Stream of abort events handled by this FileWriter.
read-only
onError Stream<Event>
Stream of error events handled by this FileWriter.
read-only
onProgress Stream<ProgressEvent>
Stream of progress events handled by this FileWriter.
read-only
onWrite Stream<ProgressEvent>
Stream of write events handled by this FileWriter.
read-only
onWriteEnd Stream<ProgressEvent>
Stream of writeend events handled by this FileWriter.
read-only
onWriteStart Stream<ProgressEvent>
Stream of writestart events handled by this FileWriter.
read-only
position int?
read-only
readyState int?
read-only
runtimeType Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
read-only, inherited

Methods

abort() → void
addEventListener(String type, EventListener? listener, [bool? useCapture]) → void
inherited
dispatchEvent(Event event) bool
inherited
noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed. [...]
inherited
removeEventListener(String type, EventListener? listener, [bool? useCapture]) → void
inherited
seek(int position) → void
toString() String
A string representation of this object. [...]
inherited
truncate(int size) → void
write(Blob data) → void

Operators

operator ==(Object other) bool
The equality operator. [...]
inherited

Constants

abortEvent → const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>
Static factory designed to expose abort events to event handlers that are not necessarily instances of FileWriter. [...]
const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>('abort')
DONE → const int
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errorEvent → const EventStreamProvider<Event>
Static factory designed to expose error events to event handlers that are not necessarily instances of FileWriter. [...]
const EventStreamProvider<Event>('error')
INIT → const int
0
progressEvent → const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>
Static factory designed to expose progress events to event handlers that are not necessarily instances of FileWriter. [...]
const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>('progress')
writeEndEvent → const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>
Static factory designed to expose writeend events to event handlers that are not necessarily instances of FileWriter. [...]
const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>('writeend')
writeEvent → const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>
Static factory designed to expose write events to event handlers that are not necessarily instances of FileWriter. [...]
const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>('write')
writeStartEvent → const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>
Static factory designed to expose writestart events to event handlers that are not necessarily instances of FileWriter. [...]
const EventStreamProvider<ProgressEvent>('writestart')
WRITING → const int
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