How to write this iterator?

severa at sophia.dtp.fmph.uniba.sk severa at sophia.dtp.fmph.uniba.sk
Mon Sep 19 14:15:45 CEST 2005


Sorry, my description was not very good, I meant something behaving as:

>>>example=Liter("abc","12345","XY")
>>>for x in example: print x,

a 1 X b 2 Y c 3 4 5

or for that append() method,

>>>example=Liter("abc", "12345")
>>>for i in range(3): print example.next(),

a 1 b

>>>example.append("XY")
>>>for x in example: print x,

2 c X 3 Y 4 5

Hope this clarifies what I mean

Best regards
Pavol

>A generator version:
>
>def iterconcat (collectionlist):
>     for collection in collectionlist:
>         for element in collection:
>             yield element
>
>Extending collectionlist at runtime will work only with lists and 
>similar collections. And you'll need to keep a reference to it as well. 
>And it would be called after all the others, which matches your 
>description, but not your code.
>
>Daniel




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