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Listen, feel free to do whatever you want with the iterators you build. Feel free to always and forever use the same return type and exhaustion indicator regardless of the situation. I have very rarely found a silver bullet that fits every situation so my tutorial was written from the perspective of flexibility and responsibility.

Objection noted.

Cheers - L~R

In reply to Re^4: How To: Make An Iterator by Limbic~Region
in thread How To: Make An Iterator by Limbic~Region

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