Iterator pattern is used to access items sequentially from an aggregated object. The client does not need to know the underlying details of the iterator, it can just use the iterator easily. This pattern makes it very easy for the client to traverse through a list of objects, one by one. It can also implement the traversing process in any order (ascending or descending) if required. This article demonstrates the Iterator pattern implementation in PHP.
Iterator pattern creates an interface for the client to access the internal list items of a collection. The implementation hides the underlying complexity from the client and makes it very simple for the client to traverse a list of items. In this article, we are demonstrating Iterator pattern implementation in TypeScript.
Iterator pattern traverses through aggregate items. Using this pattern we can establish a standard for traversal and the traversal of the items becomes easy. In this article, we are demonstrating Iterator pattern implementation in Golang.
Iterator pattern is used when we need to traverse through a list of items. Iterator pattern hides the complexity of the iteration process and makes it easier to go through a list of items.
Iterator pattern is used to traverse and iterate through a list of items. This article demonstrates Iterator pattern implementations in Java.