iterator

Literator vs Iterator - What's the difference?

literator | iterator |


As nouns the difference between literator and iterator

is that literator is a literary person, a man of letters while iterator is the iterator.

Taxonomy vs Iterator - What's the difference?

taxonomy | iterator |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and iterator

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while iterator is the iterator.

Iterator vs Mutating - What's the difference?

iterator | mutating |


As a noun iterator

is one which iterates.

As a verb mutating is

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As an adjective mutating is

causing or tending to cause mutation.

Collection vs Iterator - What's the difference?

collection | iterator |


As nouns the difference between collection and iterator

is that collection is a set of items or amount of material procured or gathered together while iterator is one which iterates.

Method vs Iterator - What's the difference?

method | iterator |


As nouns the difference between method and iterator

is that method is a process by which a task is completed; a way of doing something (followed by the adposition of, to or for before the purpose of the process): while iterator is one which iterates.

Iterator vs Enumerator - What's the difference?

iterator | enumerator |


As nouns the difference between iterator and enumerator

is that iterator is one which iterates while enumerator is a person who, or a thing that enumerates; a counter or iterator.

Iterator vs Iterate - What's the difference?

iterator | iterate | Derived terms |

Iterator is a derived term of iterate.


As nouns the difference between iterator and iterate

is that iterator is one which iterates while iterate is (mathematics) a function that iterates.

As a verb iterate is

(computing|mathematics) to perform or repeat an action on each item in a set or on the results of each such prior action.

As a adjective iterate is

(obsolete) said or done again; repeated.

Iterator vs Range - What's the difference?

iterator | range |


As nouns the difference between iterator and range

is that iterator is one which iterates while range is a line or series of mountains, buildings, etc.

As a verb range is

to travel (over) (an area, etc); to roam, wander.

Iterator vs Cursor - What's the difference?

iterator | cursor |


As nouns the difference between iterator and cursor

is that iterator is one which iterates while cursor is a part of any of several scientific instruments that moves back and forth to indicate a position.

As a verb cursor is

(computing) to navigate by means of the cursor keys.