IntIterator is used for implementing interval iterations.
It is usually not used explicitly, but through its special syntax:
While it is possible to assign an instance of IntIterator to a variable or field, it is worth noting that IntIterator does not reset after being used in a for-loop. Subsequent uses of the same instance will then have no effect.
min (inclusive) to
max <= min, the iterator will not act as a countdown.
Returns true if the iterator has other items, false otherwise.
Moves to the next item of the iterator.
If this is called while hasNext() is false, the result is unspecified.
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