Copies the objects of
skipCount objects first,
into the range
start, inclusive, to
end, exclusive, of the list.
List<int> list1 = [1, 2, 3, 4]; List<int> list2 = [5, 6, 7, 8, 9]; // Copies the 4th and 5th items in list2 as the 2nd and 3rd items // of list1. list1.setRange(1, 3, list2, 3); list1.join(', '); // '1, 8, 9, 4'
The provide range, given by
end, must be valid.
A range from
end is valid if
0 <= start <= end <= len, where
len is this list's
length. The range starts at
start and has length
end - start. An empty range (with
end == start) is valid.
iterable must have enough objects to fill the range from
end after skipping
iterable is this list, the operation copies the elements
originally in the range from
skipCount + (end - start) to
end, even if the two ranges overlap.
iterable depends on this list in some other way, no guarantees are
void setRange(int start, int end, Iterable<E> iterable, [int skipCount = 0]);