Iterable that skips leading elements while
test is satisfied.
The filtering happens lazily. Every new Iterator of the returned iterable iterates over all elements of
The returned iterable provides elements by iterating this iterable, but skipping over all initial elements where
test(element) returns true. If all elements satisfy
test the resulting iterable is empty, otherwise it iterates the remaining elements in their original order, starting with the first element for which
Iterable<E> skipWhile(bool test(E element)) => super.skipWhile(test);
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