drain<E> method Null safety

Future<E> drain <E>(
  1. [E? futureValue]

Discards all data on this stream, but signals when it is done or an error occurred.

When subscribing using drain, cancelOnError will be true. This means that the future will complete with the first error on this stream and then cancel the subscription.

If this stream emits an error, the returned future is completed with that error, and processing is stopped.

In case of a done event the future completes with the given futureValue.

The futureValue must not be omitted if null is not assignable to E.


Future<E> drain<E>([E? futureValue]) {
  if (futureValue == null) {
    futureValue = futureValue as E;
  return listen(null, cancelOnError: true).asFuture<E>(futureValue);