Hi,

In message "Re: [ruby-core:32143] Re: Ruby 2.0 Wiki/Wish-list?"
    on Wed, 8 Sep 2010 23:21:59 +0900, Roger Pack <rogerdpack2 / gmail.com> writes:

|++x and x++
|I realize it's "implicit" and "mysterious" shorthand, but we already
|have shorthand in x += 1, so why not?)

I have already rejected this idea many times.

But just for curiosity, how do you define the semantics of x++ and
++x, where you don't have explicit type for variables in Ruby.
For x += 1, it's easily defined as x = x + 1, but not that easy for
x++ and ++x.

							matz.