Installing Dart Code Extension for Visual Studio Code

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1- Dart Extension

There are many complex IDE(s) that support Dart by plugins, such as  Android Studio, IntelliJ IDEA, Visual Studio Code, etc. It depends on your purpose to choose the right IDE. If you just want to learn the Dart language, Visual Studio Code is a good choice, because it is a powerful, lightweight and free IDE.
By default,  Visual Studio Code supports popular languages (or  Microsoft language) such as  C/C++, C#, F#, Visual Basic, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc, but not including Dart. Therefore, to program  Dart in  Visual Studio Code, you have to install  Dart extension.
Note: If you want to learn Dart and furthermore, build a Flutter app written in the Dart language, you should use Android Studio. Dart, Flutter, and Android Studio are all created by Google,  so there will be better support.
Open  Visual Studio Code, then press the  Extensions icon (or press  Ctrl+Shift+X), and find  extension(s) with the keyword  "dart" as illustrated below. You will see the  Dart Code Extension appear in the first position in the results. Now, press  "Install" for installation.

2- First example

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