I was curious If Ruby could do something like this one day:

( (a =CB b) V =AC(a =CB c) ) =CB ((c V d) =CB =AC(b) )

The problem as you can tell is that Ruby's operators are limited to a
set of chars like +,*, /, etc....
so basically and after defining the method =CB , i still can't do:

 a =CB b

and all i can do is

a.=CB b

This will be possible if Ruby's infix operator model was extended to
support other set of chars.

I don't know if it's possible to do things like Scala also:

hash1 merge hash2

which is like doing:

hash1.merge hash2

But at least it will be cool to extend the support for operators to do
things like the first example.

Thanks.