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* Copyright (c) 2016, 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<Isolate> spawn(void entryPoint(message), message,
* {bool paused: false, bool errorsAreFatal, SendPort onExit, SendPort onError})
* The argument entryPoint specifies the entry point of the spawned isolate.
* It must be a top-level function or a static method that takes one argument -
* that is, one-parameter functions that can be compile-time constant function
* values. It is not allowed to pass the value of function expressions or
* an instance method extracted from an object.
* The entry-point function is invoked with the initial message. Usually
* the initial message contains a SendPort so that the spawner and spawnee can
* communicate with each other.
* ...
* Returns a future that will complete with an Isolate instance if
* the spawning succeeded. It will complete with an error otherwise.
* @description Checks that if entryPoint is top level function with more
* than one argument, then type error is arisen in checked mode or returned
* Future instance completes with error otherwise. In strong mode compile
* error arises.
* @compile-error
* @issue #26588
* @author
import "dart:isolate";
import "../../../Utils/expect.dart";
entryPoint2Args(message1, message2) {
print("message1: $message1 message2: $message2");
main() {
try {
Isolate.spawn(entryPoint2Args, "hello").then( /// compile error
(v) {"Isolate.spawn(entryPoint2Args, 'hello') is expected to fail");
onError: (e) {"Future completed with error: $e");
} catch (e) {
print("Caught an error: $e");