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Idiom #141 Iterate in sequence over two lists

Iterate in sequence over the elements of the list items1 then items2. For each iteration print the element.

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👁 Δ 14 2019-01-11, 16:17 New Ruby implementation by user [steenslag] steenslag
👁 Δ 13 2019-01-08, 16:54 [Pascal] typed wrong identifier name Bart
👁 Δ 12 2019-01-08, 16:48 New Pascal implementation by user [Bart] Bart
👁 Δ 11 2017-10-28, 12:34 New Python implementation by user [Oldboy] Oldboy
👁 Δ 10 2017-09-12, 15:20 New Haskell implementation by user [Algorhythmus] Algorhythmus
👁 Δ 9 2017-06-14, 15:23 [Scheme] Lists are supposed to be items1 and items2 Dodopod
👁 Δ 8 2017-06-14, 15:22 New Scheme implementation by user [Dodopod] Dodopod
👁 Δ 7 2016-12-21, 16:38 New Rust implementation by user [Reiner Martin] Reiner Martin
👁 Δ 6 2016-08-26, 14:31 New Go implementation by user [programming-idioms.org] programming-idioms.org
👁 Δ 5 2016-08-25, 21:40 New Ruby implementation by user [steenslag] steenslag
👁 Δ 4 2016-08-14, 21:05 Linked to idiom #143 [Iterate altenatively over two lists] BBaz
👁 Δ 3 2016-08-14, 20:17 because BBaz
👁 Δ 2 2016-08-14, 20:14 typo BBaz
1 2016-08-13, 22:54 Idiom creation by user [BBaz] BBaz