Why can't we use iter.hasNext() to check if peekingiteration.hasNext()?
iterator object only has a pointer does not mean it consumes little space. For a valid copy construction function, it should do the deep copy. That means it will also copy all the data, not only the data pointer.
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Unless you use the same vector to init two iterators, which is not in the requirement of the question.
Can someone explain me the difference between
it.next() in peek and Iterator::next() in next() function of PeekingIterator class?
What I understand is that Iterator::next() makes the iterator go forward where as it.next() returns the next value.
But I don't understand why this happens.
hi, @zahid2 , i think " cache = it.next();" in the constructor is buggy, since it.hasNext() may be false. And when we are constructing the iterator, we are not checking with hasNext() yet
Oh sorry I mistakenly interpreted the checkNotNull() method. Now I stick to the original semantic. Thank you for pointing out!
Can anyone explain how iterator.next() and iterator.hasNext() work if n == null?
Hi luantian, I'm I don't understand your question. Can you please elaborate more if you are still interested in knowing the answer?
thanks for the quick response. Now I understand, it calls the hasnext function from the class iterator, not from peekIterator.
Hi @haoyu2, in my constructor function, peekElement would be initialized as the first element of the input iterator if it is not empty.
@ParinSanghavi iirc, for Java, it'll default to the children's function first unless you specify super.hasNext()
When the input has a value of INT_MAX or INT_MIN or other value that you used as mark, the method is no longer correct.
@ayuanx you are right. Instead of using -1, a flag should be used. I don't think there is a one variable solution.
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