const t = const Tuple2<String, int>('a', 10); print(t.item1); // prints 'a' print(t.item2); // prints '10'
final t1 = const Tuple2<String, int>('a', 10); final t2 = t1.withItem1('c'); // t2 is a new [Tuple2] object with item1 is 'c' and item2 is 10.
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