Creates a Int32List view of a region of this byte buffer.
The view is backed by the bytes of this byte buffer.
Any changes made to the
Int32List will also change the buffer,
and vice versa.
The viewed region start at
offsetInBytes, which must be 32-bit aligned,
length 32-bit integers.
length is omitted, the range extends as far towards the end of
the buffer as possible -
if lengthInBytes is not divisible by four, the last bytes can't be part
of the view.
The start index and length must describe a valid 32-bit aligned range of the buffer:
offsetInBytesmust not be negative,
offsetInBytesmust be divisible by four,
lengthmust not be negative, and
offsetInBytes + length * 4must not be greater than lengthInBytes.
Int32List asInt32List([int offsetInBytes = 0, int length]);