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// Copyright (c) 2011, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
// for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
// BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
/// @assertion Future<T> lastWhere (bool test(T element),
/// {@deprecated dynamic defaultValue(), T orElse()})
/// Finds the last element in this stream matching test.
/// If this stream emits an error, the returned future is completed with that
/// error, and processing stops.
/// Otherwise as firstWhere, except that the last matching element is found
/// instead of the first. That means that a non-error result cannot be provided
/// before this stream is done.
/// The defaultValue parameter is deprecated, and orElse should be used instead.
/// @description Checks that if this stream ends without finding a match and a
/// defaultValue function is provided, the result of calling [orElse] becomes
/// the value of the future.
/// @author kaigorodov
library lastWhere_A02_t01;
import "dart:async";
import "../../../Utils/expect.dart";
void check<T>(Stream<T> s, bool test(T element), T expected) {
AsyncExpect.value(expected, s.lastWhere(test, orElse: () => expected));
void test(CreateStreamFunction create) {
check(create([]), (element) => true, 1);
check<int?>(create([1, 2, 3]), (int? element) => element == null, 42);
check(create(new Iterable.generate(0, (int index) => index)),
(int element) => false, 0);
check(create(new Iterable.generate(0, (int index) => index)),
(int element) => true, 0);
check(create(new Iterable.generate(10, (int index) => index)),
(int element) => false, 22);
check(create(new Iterable.generate(10, (int index) => index * 5)),
(int element) => element < 0, 33);