Definition of iteration
1 : the action or a process of iterating or repeating: such asa : a procedure in which repetition of a sequence of operations yields results successively closer to a desired resultb : the repetition of a sequence of computer instructions a specified number of times or until a condition is met — compare recursion
2 : one execution of a sequence of operations or instructions in an iteration
Examples of iteration in a Sentence
your constant iteration of the same piddling complaints is wearing thin
Recent Examples of iteration from the Web
According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the second iteration, which stalled on July 17th, would have resulted in 22m fewer insured within a decade.
When news broke that after 55 years and 12 male iterations, Doctor Who’s new Time Lord is going to be a woman—specifically, Jodie Whittaker—many fans were elated.
Tobey's iteration of Spider-Man is pretty much legendary at this point.
The story of Charlie is staple amongst families across generations and this Broadway iteration is no exception.
The Cohns continue to invest in downtown La Mesa, recently opening the latest iteration of its video/pinball/game and brew concept, Coin Haus, right behind Bo-Beau.
César Domboy will pick up the role from Romann Berrux as an older iteration of the character later in the season.
Morgan Freeman has narrated the most recent iteration since 2009, while J.D. Hall (2001-2009), Maya Angelou (1993-2001), and Lawrence Dobkin (1971-1973) filled the role before him.
The creator instigated a number of rules that have been followed for every single iteration of Star Trek that has come since.
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