value property Null safety

Pointer<T> value

The pointer at address.

A Pointer is unboxed before being stored (as if by .address), and the pointer is boxed (as if by Pointer.fromAddress) when loaded.

On 32-bit platforms the address must be 4-byte aligned, and on 64-bit platforms the address must be 8-byte aligned.


external Pointer<T> get value;
void value= (Pointer<T> value)


external void set value(Pointer<T> value);