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6:15 PM
hmm, not sure what I did and how I ended up here :/
 
wth
Yea me neither.
Hello hello hellooooo
 
@IgorRaush I see you are in the room too. Do you happen to know what is happening? :P
 
@AwalGarg What do you think is happening? You can publish your own draft if someone else neevr published theirs
Go for it :-)
 
alright, lemme try
 
Just published mine to get this topic started.
Can you guys add yours as edits?
(after mine is approved)
I only gave a brief overview
 
6:18 PM
@IgorRaush I'd like to document a generator explicitly as a function whose execution can be suspended as many times as one wants, and not something conforming to the iterator protocol. Because generators (and specially the ones in ES) were meant to be used that way.
the fact that they follow the iterator protocol is just an ease
oh we can comment on the draft itself. great
 
@AwalGarg, agreed, this can be made more explicit.
Although I would not put the send() and throw() functionality in the introductory example.
It should certainly have its own example though.
 
6:43 PM
I've reworked my example here to make the suspended execution the primary focus.
Iteration can be placed in a separate example.
 
Ah nice. I was writing one as well, but I discarded mine since yours is much better. I approved :)
 
Cheers, thanks for the feedback.
 

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