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List Data Structures

void main() {
  //print(_showDateFormat());

  var oneTask = new Task("A", _genId());
  _addToMap(oneTask);
  _addToList(oneTask);
  oneTask = new Task("B", _genId());
  _addToMap(oneTask);
  _addToList(oneTask);

  for (final oneTask in taskList) {
    print(oneTask.name);
  }

//   int foundIndex = taskList.indexWhere((taskItem) {
//     taskItem.name.startsWith('B');
//   });

  print("Index found at .. ");

  print(_findInList("A").id);

//   details.forEach((k, v) {
//     print(k);
//     print(v.name);
//   });
}

class Task {
  String name;
  int id;
  Task(this.name, this.id);
}

// DateTime stuff
_showDateFormat() {
  var currDt = DateTime.now();
//   var newDt = DateFormat.yMMMEd().format(currDt);
//   return newDt;
}

// List stuff -------------------------
var taskList = new List<Task>();
_addToList(Task task) {
  taskList.add(task);
}

Task _findInList(String query) {
  return taskList.singleWhere((taskItem) => taskItem.name == query);
}

_removeFromList(int id) {
  taskList.removeWhere((item) => item.id == id);
}

// Map stuff -------------------------
var details = new Map<int, Task>();
int _genId() {
  return new DateTime.now().millisecondsSinceEpoch;
}

_addToMap(Task task) {
  details[task.id] = task;
}
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