3 examples of 'iteration variable' in Go

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267func iteration(rv *resolver, in *ast.Iteration) semantic.Statement {
268 v := &semantic.Local{Named: semantic.Named(in.Variable.Value)}
269 rv.mappings.Add(in.Variable, v)
270 iterable := expression(rv, in.Iterable)
271 b, ok := iterable.(*semantic.BinaryOp)
272 if !ok {
273 rv.errorf(in, "iterable can only be range operator, got %T", b)
274 return semantic.Invalid{}
275 } else if b.Operator != ast.OpRange {
276 rv.errorf(in, "iterable can only be range operator, got %s\n", b.Operator)
277 }
278 rv.mappings.Remove(b) // The binary op is no longer referenced directly.
279 out := &semantic.Iteration{AST: in, Iterator: v, From: b.LHS, To: b.RHS}
280 v.Type = iterable.ExpressionType()
281 rv.with(semantic.VoidType, func() {
282 rv.addNamed(v)
283 out.Block = block(rv, in.Block, out)
284 })
285 rv.mappings.Add(in, out)
286 return out
287}
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888func (lq *LinqObj) ForEach(line string, scope *Scope, args ...Object) Object {
889 if len(args) != 1 {
890 return NewError(line, ARGUMENTERROR, "1", len(args))
891 }
892
893 block, ok := args[0].(*Function)
894 if !ok {
895 return NewError(line, PARAMTYPEERROR, "first", "forEach", "*Function", args[0].Type())
896 }
897
898 s := NewScope(scope, nil)
899
900 next := lq.Query.Iterate()
901
902 for item, ok := next(); ok.Bool; item, ok = next() {
903 s.Set(block.Literal.Parameters[0].(*ast.Identifier).Value, item)
904 Eval(block.Literal.Body, s)
905 }
906
907 return NIL
908}
107func (it *Loop) advanceLoop() {
108 // Set the loop iterator to feed from the previous iteration results
109 it.loopEntryIt.SetIterator(it.prevValuesIt)
110
111 // Reset the loop iterator - will also clean the values in the underlying fixed iterator.
112 it.loopIt.Reset()
113
114 it.filterIt.Reset()
115
116 // Increment the completed loops count
117 it.loopsCompleted += 1
118
119 // Mark the loop as finished - no more results can be expected.
120 // Either the number of loops has been executed, or there are
121 // no more expandable nodes.
122 if size, _ := it.prevValuesIt.Size(); (it.bounded && it.loopsCompleted >= it.loops) || size == 0 {
123 it.finished = true
124 }
125
126 // Clean the set of values seen in the previous loop
127 it.prevValuesIt = it.ts.FixedIterator()
128}

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