yield and new : SpiderMonkey and the draft Spec

David Herman dherman at mozilla.com
Tue Mar 15 10:21:28 PDT 2011

> P.S.:
> A small change, e.g. can be to make next as a getter since it doesn't accept arguments.
> g.next; // 1
> g.next; // 2
> But, it's a cosmetic and actually not so needed change.


The purpose of the next interface is to change the state of the iterator. A getter interface obscures the statefulness.


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