Map<K, V> class

A collection of key/value pairs, from which you retrieve a value using its associated key.

There is a finite number of keys in the map, and each key has exactly one value associated with it.

Maps, and their keys and values, can be iterated. The order of iteration is defined by the individual type of map. Examples:

  • The plain HashMap is unordered (no order is guaranteed),
  • the LinkedHashMap iterates in key insertion order,
  • and a sorted map like SplayTreeMap iterates the keys in sorted order.

It is generally not allowed to modify the map (add or remove keys) while an operation is being performed on the map, for example in functions called during a forEach or putIfAbsent call. Modifying the map while iterating the keys or values may also break the iteration.

It is generally not allowed to modify the equality of keys (and thus not their hashcode) while they are in the map. Some specialized subtypes may be more permissive, in which case they should document this behavior.



Creates a Map instance with the default implementation, LinkedHashMap. [...]
Map.from(Map other)
Creates a LinkedHashMap instance that contains all key/value pairs of other. [...]
Map.fromEntries(Iterable<MapEntry<K, V>> entries)
Creates a new map and adds all entries. [...]
Map.fromIterable(Iterable iterable, {K key(dynamic element), V value(dynamic element)})
Creates a Map instance in which the keys and values are computed from the iterable. [...]
Map.fromIterables(Iterable<K> keys, Iterable<V> values)
Creates a Map instance associating the given keys to values. [...]
Creates an identity map with the default implementation, LinkedHashMap. [...]
Map.of(Map<K, V> other)
Creates a LinkedHashMap with the same keys and values as other. [...]
Map.unmodifiable(Map other)
Creates an unmodifiable hash based map containing the entries of other. [...]


entries Iterable<MapEntry<K, V>>
The map entries of this.
isEmpty bool
Returns true if there is no key/value pair in the map.
isNotEmpty bool
Returns true if there is at least one key/value pair in the map.
keys Iterable<K>
The keys of this. [...]
length int
The number of key/value pairs in the map.
values Iterable<V>
The values of this. [...]
hashCode int
The hash code for this object. [...]
read-only, inherited
runtimeType Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
read-only, inherited


addAll(Map<K, V> other) → void
Adds all key/value pairs of other to this map. [...]
addEntries(Iterable<MapEntry<K, V>> newEntries) → void
Adds all key/value pairs of newEntries to this map. [...]
cast<RK, RV>() Map<RK, RV>
Provides a view of this map as having RK keys and RV instances, if necessary. [...]
clear() → void
Removes all pairs from the map. [...]
containsKey(Object key) bool
Returns true if this map contains the given key. [...]
containsValue(Object value) bool
Returns true if this map contains the given value. [...]
forEach(void f(K key, V value)) → void
Applies f to each key/value pair of the map. [...]
map<K2, V2>(MapEntry<K2, V2> f(K key, V value)) Map<K2, V2>
Returns a new map where all entries of this map are transformed by the given f function.
putIfAbsent(K key, V ifAbsent()) → V
Look up the value of key, or add a new value if it isn't there. [...]
remove(Object key) → V
Removes key and its associated value, if present, from the map. [...]
removeWhere(bool predicate(K key, V value)) → void
Removes all entries of this map that satisfy the given predicate.
update(K key, V update(V value), {V ifAbsent()}) → V
Updates the value for the provided key. [...]
updateAll(V update(K key, V value)) → void
Updates all values. [...]
noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed. [...]
toString() String
Returns a string representation of this object.


operator [](Object key) → V
Returns the value for the given key or null if key is not in the map. [...]
operator []=(K key, V value) → void
Associates the key with the given value. [...]
operator ==(dynamic other) bool
The equality operator. [...]

Static Methods

castFrom<K, V, K2, V2>(Map<K, V> source) Map<K2, V2>
Adapts source to be a Map<K2, V2>. [...]