The previous chapter introduced some of the basic concepts of handling looping in maps. Now, we move on to examine how we might approach more difficult issues encountered when mapping loops. We don’t spend much time in this chapter offering functoid solutions, because as you saw in Chapter 11, solving complex looping problems with functoids is very hard to do. We cover two mapping examples in the chapter, each one showing some specific approaches for solving problems associated with looping.
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