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Behavioral Pattern — Design Patterns Series

The Iterator pattern is very helpful when encapsulating an aggregated object and providing sequential access to its elements. Shortly explained, you can not simply manipulate an array by copying, adding, or removing elements without an intermediate layer. In most cases a polymorphic iteration is supported. Additionally, a parallel execution of several…

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