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// Copyright (c) 2011, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
// for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
// BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
/// @assertion Iterator<E> iterator
/// Returns a new Iterator that allows iterating the elements of this Iterable.
/// Iterable classes may specify the iteration order of their elements (for
/// example List always iterate in index order), or they may leave it unspecified
/// (for example a hash-based Set may iterate in any order).
/// Each time iterator is read, it returns a new iterator, which can be used to
/// iterate through all the elements again. The iterators of the same iterable
/// can be stepped through independently, but should return the same elements in
/// the same order, as long as the underlying collection isn't changed.
/// Modifying the collection may cause new iterators to produce different
/// elements, and may change the order of existing elements. A List specifies its
/// iteration order precisely, so modifying the list changes the iteration order
/// predictably. A hash-based Set may change its iteration order completely when
/// adding a new element to the set.
/// Modifying the underlying collection after creating the new iterator may cause
/// an error the next time Iterator.moveNext is called on that iterator. Any
/// modifiable iterable class should specify which operations will break
/// iteration.
/// @description Checks the returned [Iterator] properties and methods
/// list.
/// @author vasya
library iterator_A01_t01;
import "../Iterator/allTests.lib.dart" as libIterator;
var createFunc;
Iterator createIterator([Iterable? content]) {
return createFunc(content).iterator;
test(Iterable create([Iterable? content]), {bool isSet: false}) {
createFunc = create;
libIterator.test(createIterator, isSet: isSet);