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This paper introduces interruptible iterators, a language feature that makes expressive iteration abstractions much easier to implement. Iteration abstractions are valuable for software design, as shown by their frequent use in well-designed data structure libraries such as the Java Collections Framework. While Java iterators support iteration abstraction well from the standpoint of client code, they are awkward to implement correctly and efficiently, especially if the iterator needs to supportdoi:10.1145/1111037.1111063 dblp:conf/popl/LiuKM06 fatcat:pash3zmfxngohni5rjfytvpy34