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// TODO(multitest): This was automatically migrated from a multitest and may
// contain strange or dead code.
// @dart = 2.9
// Copyright (c) 2012, 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.
import "package:expect/expect.dart";
class C<T, U, V> {}
class D {}
typedef int Foo(bool b);
sameType(a, b) {
Expect.equals(a.runtimeType, b.runtimeType);
main() {
void foo(a) {}
// Test that literals can be used in different contexts.
({1: int});
foo({1: int});
({1: int}).keys;
// Test type literals.
Expect.equals(int, int);
Expect.notEquals(int, num);
Expect.equals(Foo, Foo);
Expect.equals(dynamic, dynamic);
// Test that class literals return instances of Type.
Expect.isTrue((D).runtimeType is Type);
Expect.isTrue((dynamic).runtimeType is Type);
// Test that types from runtimeType and literals agree.
Expect.equals(int, 1.runtimeType);
Expect.equals(String, 'hest'.runtimeType);
Expect.equals(double, (0.5).runtimeType);
Expect.equals(bool, true.runtimeType);
Expect.equals(Object, Object().runtimeType);
Expect.equals(D, new D().runtimeType);
// runtimeType on type is idempotent.
Expect.equals((D).runtimeType, (D).runtimeType.runtimeType);
// Test that operator calls on class literals go to Type.
Expect.equals((dynamic).toString(), 'dynamic');