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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39254] - [lang] Expose DateIterator or add DateUtils.iterator(startDate, endDate)
Date Mon, 01 May 2006 07:28:24 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From bent@munat.com  2006-05-01 07:28 -------
Hmmm, what would it be replaced with? Is the idea that the iterator method
itself would be deprecated or just the internal DateIterator? Being able to get
an iterator pointing at successive days in a range seems like a pretty nice
thing to have. 

There's actually several things I've thought would make sense in DateUtils, but
I only bothered to file a bug for this because the Iterator's already there...
seems a shame not to allow one to use it for arbitrary ranges.

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