Here’s a little example of how to pass a Dart function into another function or method. The solution is basically a three-step process.

## Step 1: Define a Dart method that takes a function parameter

First, define a Dart method that takes a function as a parameter, such as this `exec`

method:

```
// 1 - define a method that takes a function
void exec(int i, Function f) {
print(f(i));
}
```

That example take an `int`

parameter as well as a Dart `Function`

parameter. Then it applies the function `f`

to the integer `i`

, and prints the result.

## Step 2: Create one or more functions to pass into that function parameter

Next, create one or more functions that you can pass into the `exec`

method:

```
// 2 - define a function to pass in
int plusOne(int i) => i + 1;
int double(int i) => i * i;
```

## Step 3: Pass the functions into the method

Finally, pass those functions into the `exec`

method:

```
// 3 - pass the functions into the method
exec(10, plusOne);
exec(10, double);
```

The output of that code is:

```
11
100
```

## You can also pass lambda expressions into function parameters

Note that in addition to passing functions into functions, you can also pass lambda expressions into methods that have function parameters. These two examples also print out `11`

and `100`

:

```
// 4 - note that you can also pass in lambda expressions
exec(10, (x) => x + 1); //plusOne
exec(10, (x) => x * x); //double
```

## Summary

In summary, if you wanted to see how to write a Dart method that takes a function parameter, I hope these examples are helpful.