Iterator definition

The definition of iterator is a tool in computer programming that enables a programmer to to transverse a class, data structure or abstract data type.

An example of an iterator is "a==b" when using C++ programming language.

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(computing) A method capable of performing the same action on every item in a collection.
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One which iterates.
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Noun

Singular:
iterator
Plural:
iterators

Origin of iterator