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1.5 Book Structure

The rest of the book is structured around the constructs of the Dart programming language. The next chapter discusses objects, classes and interfaces. These are the core concepts of Dart and are the foundation for all that follows.

Next, we examine libraries in detail, followed by a deeper look at functions. In Chapter 5, we finally take a look at types and the role they play in Dart. We review Dart’s expressions and statements in Chapter 6. The final chapters investigate reflection and concurrency.

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