No doubt some of you have seen the Draft S07-iterators, but for those who haven't:

I have some questions here (mostly directed to Daniel Ruoso, but others can feel free to chip in if they have thoughts).

        Should laziness/eagerness be a property of the operator?

You write "The iterator role represents the lazy access to a list". Why only lazy access?

        You write:  my $item = =$foo;

        Does that get one item from the iterator object?

You specify that the .Iterator() object on something that does List will return the appropriate iterator. I changed it to be .iterator() (so that it's lowercase like all the other List.whatever() functions); what's the function signature?

        method iterator() {...}

        ...or are there parameters?


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