It only takes a few its to lose track which is which.
Kotlin pitfalls and how to avoid them
Adam Arold

In my opinion “it” is not a problem. Problem is with code formatting. I’d prefer to define a private method and hide the inside of forEach method behind it. It also gets rid of indents that are in the example above.

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