Tutorial by Topics: iterator



The java.util.Iterator is the standard Java SE interface for object that implement the Iterator design pattern. The java.lang.Iterable interface is for objects that can provide an iterator.
Iterators are a powerful language feature in Rust, described by the Iterator trait. Iterators allow you to perform many operations on collection-like types, e.g. Vec<T>, and they are easily composable.

An async function is one that returns a promise. await yields to the caller until the promise resolves and then continues with the result.

An iterator allows the collection to be looped through with a for-of loop.

An async iterator is a collection where each iteration is a promise which can be awaited using a for-await-of loop.

Async iterators are a stage 3 proposal. They are in Chrome Canary 60 with --harmony-async-iteration

When using async callback we need to consider scope. Especially if inside a loop. This simple article shows what not to do and a simple working example.

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