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/// @assertion Finally, we define inference on a setOrMapLiteral collection as | |

/// follows: | |

/// ... | |

/// Otherwise, collection is still ambiguous, the downwards context for the | |

/// elements of collection is ?, and the disambiguation is done using the | |

/// immediate elements of collection as follows: | |

/// | |

/// If all elements can be a set, and at least one element must be a set, then | |

/// collection is a set literal with static type Set<T> where T is the least | |

/// upper bound of the set element types of the elements. | |

/// | |

/// @description Checks that if all elements can be a set, and at least one | |

/// element must be a set, then collection is a set literal with static type | |

/// Set<T> where T is the least upper bound of the set element types of the | |

/// elements | |

/// @author sgrekhov@unipro.ru | |

import "../../Utils/expect.dart"; | |

main() { | |

dynamic d1 = 1; | |

dynamic d2 = 2; | |

var s = {d1, d2, 3}; | |

Expect.isTrue(s is Set<dynamic>); | |

Expect.isFalse(s is Set<int>); | |

} |