Martin Duerst schrieb:
> At 14:01 07/10/26, David Flanagan wrote:
> 
>> With this change, code like this works:
>>
>> puts "hello"
>>      .upcase
>>      .reverse
>>      .slice(0)   #  => prints "O"
> 
> This looks great.

For a human reader it is from my viewpoint better that the
actual possibility...

puts "hello".
     upcase.
     reverse.
     slice(0)   #  => prints "O"

...but the very useful tool "irb" will then be differ from Ruby
because the first line 'puts "hello"' is a complete method call,
while in 'puts "hello".' the "irb" tool knows, that something
(a method) will follow.

Wolfgang NĂ¡dasi-Donner