simple class to provide iterators over Perl arrays
Array::Iterator Perl module provides a very simple iterator interface. It is uni-directional and can only be used once. It provides no means of reverseing or reseting the iterator. It is not recommended to alter the array during iteration, however no attempt is made to enforce this. This class only intends to provide a clear and simple means of generic iteration, nothing more (yet).
This package also provide: * Array::Iterator::BiDirectional to allow forwards and backwards iteration * Array::Iterator::Circular to allow circular iteration * Array::Iterator::Reusable to allow reuse of iterators
20 March 2013
License: Artistic or GPL-1+
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