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Last active Dec 13, 2016
给你一个嵌套的 NSArray 数据,实现一个迭代器类,该类提供一个 next() 方法,可以依次的取出这个 NSArray 中的数据。 比如 NSArray 如果是 [1,[4,3],6,[5,[1,0]]], 则最终应该输出:1, 4, 3, 6, 5, 1, 0 。 另外,实现一个 allObjects 方法,可以一次性取出所有元素。 Raw
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#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>
@protocol Collection;
@protocol Iterator <NSObject>
- (id _Nullable)next;
- (NSArray *_Nonnull)allObjects;
@end
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