I’d say yes but do it reluctantly :) you can think in terms of iteration
but in my experience it leads to incorrect assumptions and can confuse you,
especially regarding how result sets are created
I’d suggest thinking in terms of pattern matching rather than traversal but
both are valid ways of interpreting Aql semantics
On Monday, May 6, 2019, Georg Fette wrote:
> Hi Seref,
> Ok, thank you for the answer.
> From that I and the other answers I would summarize that
> "implicit iteration over lists in order to further process the elements"
> is a paradigm that does actually exist in AQL.
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