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/// @assertion The flatten function is modified as follows: | |

/// | |

/// [flatten(T)] is defined by cases on [T]: | |

/// | |

/// if [T] is [S?] then [flatten(T) = flatten(S)?] | |

/// otherwise if [T] is [S*] then [flatten(T) = flatten(S)*] | |

/// otherwise if [T] is [FutureOr<S>] then [flatten(T) = S] | |

/// otherwise [if T <: Future] then let [S] be a type such that [T <: | |

/// Future<S>] and for all [R], if [T <: Future<R>] then [S <: R]; then | |

/// [flatten(T) = S] | |

/// otherwise [flatten(T) = T] | |

/// | |

/// @description Check that future flattening works correctly for non-nullable | |

/// `Future<Object>` type dynamically and the expression can be null in the weak | |

/// mode. | |

/// | |

/// Here is a situation where sound and non-sound null checking produce different | |

/// results. The `null` value is a result of `getNull()`, it's tested using `null | |

/// as Object`, and such a cast succeeds. So, no dynamic error here and | |

/// `Future<Object>` is returned. | |

/// | |

/// | |

/// @Issue 41340,41437 | |

/// @author iarkh@unipro.ru | |

// Requirements=nnbd-weak | |

import "dart:async"; | |

import "../../../Utils/expect.dart"; | |

dynamic getNull() => null; | |

main() { | |

asyncStart(); | |

Future f = Future<Object>(() => getNull()); | |

f.then((value) => asyncEnd()); | |

asyncStart(); | |

f = Future<Future<Object>>(() => getNull()); | |

f.then((value) => asyncEnd()); | |

} |