On Wednesday, 9 March 2016 at 22:17:39 UTC, H. S. Teoh wrote:
system for my personal projects), I can totally sympathize with
the annoyances of using a dynamically-typed language, as well
as dodgy iterator designs like __next__. (I've not had to deal
with __next__ in Python so far, but *have* worked with C/C++
code that basically iterates that way, and it's not pretty.)
What is problematic with __next__ (Py3) and next (Py2)?
It's a pretty straight forward standard iterator design and quite
different from the table pointers C++ uses.