Use the iter() function

L = ['C++', 'Java', 'Python']

for i in iter(L):

The iter() function  is used to create an iterator that iterates through the elements of an iterable object. 

iter(iterable, sentinel[optional])
iterable The iterable object to iterate over.
sentinel An optional value which when encountered, the StopIteration exception will be raised.

The required iterable argument represents the object that is to be iterated over. It can be any iterable object such as a list, tuple, string, or custom object that implements the iteration protocol. 

The optional sentinel parameter is used to specify a sentinel value that, when returned by the iterator's __next__() method, will indicate the end of iteration.

L = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

for i in iter(L):

iter with callable objects

When the iter() function is called with a callable object that implements the iterator protocol, it creates an iterator using that object. The iterator is responsible for generating values by repeatedly calling the __next__() method of the callable object until a specific condition is met (such as reaching the end of a sequence or encountering a sentinel value).

class Countdown:
    def __init__(self, start):
        self.start = start

    def __iter__(self):
        return self

    def __next__(self):
        if self.start < 0:
            raise StopIteration
        current = self.start
        self.start -= 1
        return current
    __call__ = __next__

countdown_iterator = iter(Countdown(10))
for number in countdown_iterator: