import 'dart:async'; import 'dart:math' show Random; main() async { print('Compute π using the Monte Carlo method.'); await for (var estimate in computePi()) { print('π ≅ $estimate'); } } /// Generates a stream of increasingly accurate estimates of π. Stream<double> computePi({int batch: 1000000}) async* { var total = 0; var count = 0; while (true) { var points = generateRandom().take(batch); var inside = points.where((p) => p.isInsideUnitCircle); total += batch; count += inside.length; var ratio = count / total; // Area of a circle is A = π⋅r², therefore π = A/r². // So, when given random points with x ∈ <0,1>, // y ∈ <0,1>, the ratio of those inside a unit circle // should approach π / 4. Therefore, the value of π // should be: yield ratio * 4; } } Iterable<Point> generateRandom([int seed]) sync* { final random = new Random(seed); while (true) { yield new Point(random.nextDouble(), random.nextDouble()); } } class Point { final double x, y; const Point(this.x, this.y); bool get isInsideUnitCircle => x * x + y * y <= 1; }

### Dart is an application programming language that’s easy to learn, easy to scale, and deployable everywhere.

### Google depends on Dart to make very large apps.

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# Core goals

Dart is an ambitious, long-term project. These are the core goals that drive our design decisions.

## Provide a solid foundation of libraries and tools

A programming language is nothing without its core libraries and tools. Dart’s have been powering very large apps for years now.

## Make common programming tasks easy

Application programming comes with a set of common problems and common errors. Dart is designed to make those problems easier to tackle, and errors easier to catch. This is why we have `async/await`

, generators, string interpolation, earlier error detection and much more.

## Don’t surprise the programmer

There should be a direct correspondence between what you type and what’s going to happen. Magic (automatic type coercion, hoisting, “helper” globals, …) doesn’t mix well with large apps.

## Be the stable, pragmatic solution for real apps

Dart might seem boring to some. We prefer the terms *productive* and *stable*. We work closely with our core customers—the developers who build large applications with Dart—to make sure we’re here for the long run.