In Dart splitting of a string can be done with the help split string function in the dart. It is a built-in function use to split the string into substring across a common character.
This function splits the string into substring across the given pattern and then store them to a list.
Example 1: Splitting a string across space.
[Geeks, For, Geeks, !!]
Example 2: Splitting each character of the string.
[G, e, e, k, s, F, o, r, G, e, e, k, s]
Apart from the above pattern, the pattern can also be a regex. It is useful when we have to split across a group of characters like numbers, special characters, etc.
Example 3: Splitting a string across any number present in it. (Using regex)
[Geeks, For, Geeks, is, the, best, computer, science, website.]
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