Cloning lists, maps, and sets in Dart

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final myList = ['sheep', 'cow'];
myList.add('horse'); // [sheep, cow, horse]
myList.remove('cow'); // [sheep, horse]
myList[0] = 'goat'; // [goat, horse]

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Flutter and Dart developer. Twitter: @suragch1

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