Text constructor Null safety

const Text(
  1. String data,
  2. {Key? key,
  3. TextStyle? style,
  4. StrutStyle? strutStyle,
  5. TextAlign? textAlign,
  6. TextDirection? textDirection,
  7. Locale? locale,
  8. bool? softWrap,
  9. TextOverflow? overflow,
  10. double? textScaleFactor,
  11. int? maxLines,
  12. String? semanticsLabel,
  13. TextWidthBasis? textWidthBasis,
  14. TextHeightBehavior? textHeightBehavior}
)

Creates a text widget.

If the style argument is null, the text will use the style from the closest enclosing DefaultTextStyle.

The data parameter must not be null.

The overflow property's behavior is affected by the softWrap argument. If the softWrap is true or null, the glyph causing overflow, and those that follow, will not be rendered. Otherwise, it will be shown with the given overflow option.

Implementation

const Text(
  String this.data, {
  Key? key,
  this.style,
  this.strutStyle,
  this.textAlign,
  this.textDirection,
  this.locale,
  this.softWrap,
  this.overflow,
  this.textScaleFactor,
  this.maxLines,
  this.semanticsLabel,
  this.textWidthBasis,
  this.textHeightBehavior,
}) : assert(
       data != null,
       'A non-null String must be provided to a Text widget.',
     ),
     textSpan = null,
     super(key: key);