# castFrom<S, T> method

override

Adapts `source`

to be a `Set<T>`

.

If `newSet`

is provided, it is used to create the new sets returned
by toSet, union, and is also used for intersection and difference.
If `newSet`

is omitted, it defaults to creating a new set using the
default Set constructor, and intersection and difference
returns an adapted version of calling the same method on the source.

Any time the set would produce an element that is not a `T`

,
the element access will throw.

Any time a `T`

value is attempted added into the adapted set,
the store will throw unless the value is also an instance of `S`

.

If all accessed elements of `source`

are actually instances of `T`

,
and if all elements added to the returned set are actually instance
of `S`

,
then the returned set can be used as a `Set<T>`

.

## Implementation

```
static Set<T> castFrom<S, T>(Set<S> source, {Set<R> Function<R>() newSet}) =>
CastSet<S, T>(source, newSet);
```