I have a very simple function to illustrate yield keyword in python:
def simpleFun(): yield 1 yield 2 yield 3 x=simpleFun() print(x.next()) print(x.next()) print(x.next())
which will output
1 2 3
How to write an equivalent function in Julia.
I have seen the 'yield' keyword is used in a different context in Julia. Ref : What does the “yield” keyword do in Julia?
Here is a way that follows the style of the Python code:
julia> using ResumableFunctions julia> @resumable function simplefunction() @yield 1 @yield 2 @yield 3 end simplefunction (generic function with 1 method) julia> x = simplefunction() var"##simplefunction_FSMI#293"(0x00) julia> print(x()) 1 julia> print(x()) 2 julia> print(x()) 3