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Re: "Python for Lisp Programmers"
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> At 10:31 PM 12/6/2001 -0500, Eric Kidd wrote:
> >On another note, I think we're experiencing the start of a renaissance
> >in language design. Consider:
> > * Python's support for iterators (in a mainstream language!)
> Not to be *too* boosterish, but Perl's supported them for ages. Iterators,
> and active data in general, is the single biggest headache I'm facing in
> writing the optimizer for parrot.
Having been out of the perl loop for some time, I'm curious about this.
How does perl support iterators?