An iterator over directory contents. A DirHandle is used to traverse once through the contents of a directory. It can be used via the standard Iterator interface, or with the nextEntry() method. The system resources reserved by a DirHandle object are freed when all entries are iterated, when the object is garbage collected, or when ObjectBase.close() is called, whichever comes first.
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