python itertools.permutations use too much memory

a = [1, 2, 3]
n = 3
heapPermutation(a, n, n)
print()

perm_iterator = itertools.permutations(a)

for item in perm_iterator:
    print(item)

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s creating a list of all permutations of the list a.
2. It’s printing all the permutations one by one.

Note: The permutations are printed in a lexicographic sorted order.

You can learn more about itertools.permutations() here.

Time Complexity: O(n*n!) Note that there are n! permutations and it requires O(n) time to print a a permutation.

Auxiliary Space: O(n*n!) The worst case space required by the program is O(n*n!) .
This happens when all permutations are unique.