(split len split-at)
  len: an int
  split-at: a str or a char
  returns an iter

Iterates over sub-strings.

When split-at is a string, each character within that string is a potential splitter character. Note that this behaviour differs from Rust's str::split method.

Multiple consecutive splitter characters are separated internally by "".

(let it (split "Running::jump" \:))
(prn (arr ..it)) ; prints ("Running" "" "jump")

This means that split can't be used to identify words separated by whitespace.

(let ws-chars " \r\n\t")
(let it (split "a \n b" ws-chars))
(prn (arr ..it)) ; prints ("a" "" "" "b")