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On 11/20/2010 11:08 AM, David Manura wrote:

However, I don't see a simple way to artificially advance a stateless
iterator like returned by ipairs--see code in "A for statement like
.... is equivalent to the code" in the manual--but you can wrap ipairs
in your own stateful iterator like the above.

How about a way to access the iterator function in a for loop? Of course you could...

local it = pairs(T) for k,v in it do local skip = it(k) ... end

But there could be some automatic variable like _ITER.

- tom