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next(iter(S.Integers*S.Integers)) hangs (expected (0, 0), ...) #10497

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smichr opened this Issue Jan 30, 2016 · 0 comments

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smichr commented Jan 30, 2016

While having finite and infinite set does not cause problems, having only two does

>>> next(iter(Range(3,5)*Range(1,3)))
(3, 1)
>>> next(iter(Range(3,5)*S.Integers))
(3, 0)
>>> next(iter(Range(3,5)*S.Integers*S.Integers))
(3, 0, 0)
>>> next(iter(S.Integers*S.Integers))
...hangs

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