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  1. represent relations R and S as iterators. So we just open both relations in iterators
  2. objects, iterators and generators and hopefully decorators. Everything after that is a bonus.
  3. looks normal. So any questions so far? No? All right, on to iterators then.
  4. I'll be talking about next. Iterators are two methods, __iter__ and next, notice that
  5. they're simple, iterators in Python are not rewindable, they're not reversible, they're
  6. not copyable, none of that, they're the lowest common denominator in iterators. There are
  7. however ways to write reversible iterators if you want, you can just write your own iterator
  8. class and add methods to rewind or reverse or whatever. You can also just nest iterators.
  9. And iterators themselves are iterable, they are just-actually an iterator is required
  10. of zero through nine. So generators are a convenient way to write iterators, they are
  11. very easily, nothing you cannot also do with 2.4 and earlier iterators, just more conveniently
  12. and with extra magic. There's a lot of generator-like iterators in the iter tools module which is
  13. to chain and filter and whatever with iterators that are just really convenient for chaining
  14. for a finite number? You can if you use the iter tools module, you can slice iterators,
  15. than that the iterator stops. There's actually an infinite number of infinite iterators in
  16. in Guido's original descrintro tutorial for python 2.2 which is still very relevant. Iterators