On 11-07-05 10:39 AM, Dajka Tamás wrote:
Ok, but if it would be that way I shouldn't get '122334455' for second output,
no? The item count increments with every iteration of the loop.
Or you're saying that, it checks for an existance of nextitem before every
loop, and that will fail with just one element, but will always return true
with two elements? ( since the first elements copy is pushed as third element,
BTW, there are reasons you might calculate next item before iterating.
If the current iteration removes the current item, then nextItem would
still be valid (theoretically :). It's more often the case you might
remove the current item, than try to remove the next item in a foreach
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