How To Easily Convert Dart Int To String

dart int to string

In this post, we will be practically discussing the process of how to convert Dart int to string using Dart code as an example. After reading this post, you will be able to easily convert Dart int to string in your own Dart code as well.

So let’s get right into its implementation.

What is Dart Int To String?

It means conversion of integers in Dart to string or we can say converting the integer type to string. Let’s start understanding it with proper example code.

Implementing Dart Int To String (Easy Example)

In order to implement this conversion, we have to use a proper example.

For demonstration, we will first declare and initialize(give it some integer value) an integer variable. Then we will created another variable of type var. Then we will perform the Dart int to string conversion and pass that value to the second variable.

Finally, we will check the type of the variable. See below code for practical demonstration:

 int value=34;                   // integer is declared and initialized here
 var newValue =value.toString(); // integer converted to string and the value is passed to new variable.
 print(newValue);              // the converted value is being printed  
 print(newValue.runtimeType);  // run time type of this converted value is checked here

Output:

34
String
As you can see in the above output, the int type is now converted to string.
 So this is how to can easily convert Dart int to string. Hope you now have a clear idea of how to perform this conversion practically as we have used a proper practical example for demonstration.
If you still have any questions related to the conversion of Dart integer to string, then do let me know in the comment section. I would be more than happy to answer all questions.

Conclusion

As a conclusion of this Dart post, hope you now have a clear practical knowledge of how to perform the conversion of Dart int to string. I would be looking forward at your valuable feedback on this Dart post. Thank you for reading this post.

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