dart , Symbol of setter declaration


Symbol of setter declaration

Question:

Tag: dart

Is it actually possible to write a setter Symbol without calling the Symbol constructor? because the setter Symbol contains an = sign , so #x= does not work


Answer:

No, as far as I know.

Related issues: http://dartbug.com/13640, http://dartbug.com/10029


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