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BasicCursor.in() method

For a basic cursor we only have the ability to go next and previous, so in will also allow the user to get to the next node in the pre order traversal.

Signature:

in(): ASTNode | null;

Returns:

ASTNode | null

The next node, or null if the current node is not set or there is no next value.