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slice::iter instead of
into_iter to avoid future breakage
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an_array.into_iter()currently just works because of the autoref
feature, which then calls
<[T] as IntoIterator>::into_iter. But
in the future, arrays will implement
IntoIterator, too. In order
to avoid problems in the future, the call is replaced by
which is shorter and more explicit.
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