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[https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55004302/how-do-you-pass-arguments-from-command-line-to-main-in-flutter-dart] - - public:mzimmerm
command, dart, main, parameter - 4 | id:1420580 -

The correct way: flutter run -d linux --dart-entrypoint-args 'arg1 arg2' file_with_main.dart => main(List args) => args=arg1, args=arg2 The workaround: flutter run -d linux --dart-define=PSEUDO_ARGS='arg1 arg2' file_with_main.dart => In main, use args=String.fromEnvironment('PSEUDO_ARGS').split(' ') => args=arg1, args=arg2

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isomorphism] - - public:mzimmerm
category, good, isomorphism, math - 4 | id:1420400 -

The logarithm function log(x.y) = log(x) + log(y) so it is a group homomorphism R+->R. The exponential function e^(x+y) = e^x . e^y so it too is a homomorphism R->R+ Another note: Formalizing intuition (of existence of natural isomorphism between vector space V and its 'dual dual') is a motivation for the development of category theory.

[https://github.com/dart-lang/sdk/blob/36e4d5e3c206822246dc525498c4b011f4755f6c/CHANGELOG.md#language] - - public:mzimmerm
curry, dart, function, functional, good - 5 | id:1420263 -

extension CurryFunction on R Function(S, T) { /// Curry a binary function with its first argument. R Function(T) curry(S first) => (T second) => this(first, second); }

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