io.realm.RealmListas not nullable.
When a field of type
Boolean, Byte, Short, Integer, Long, Float, Double, String, byte, Date is annotated
Required, it cannot be set to
null and Realm will throw an exception if it happens.
Fields with primitive types are implicitly required. Note,
String is not a primitive type, so in Java
it is default nullable unless it is marked
\@Required. In Kotlin the reverse is true, so a
non-null. To specify a nullable String in Kotlin you should use
If this annotation is used on a
RealmList, the annotation is applied to the elements inside
the list and not the list itself. The list itself is always non-null. This means that a list marked with this
annotation are never allowed to hold
null values even if the datatype would otherwise allow it.
Realm will throw an exception if you attempt to store null values into a list marked
This annotation cannot be used on a
RealmAny, as the inner value of a RealmAny field is always nullable.
Realm will throw an exception if you attempt mark a
Compiling will fail if the
Required annotation is put an a
RealmList containing references to other