Issue #6524 has been reported by nathanst (Nathan Stratton Treadway).

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Bug #6524: missing "#=>" in example block in Regexp class documentation
https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/6524

Author: nathanst (Nathan Stratton Treadway)
Status: Open
Priority: Low
Assignee: 
Category: 
Target version: 
ruby -v: 1.9.3


In the Regexp class documentation, "Performance" section, the code block that starts out "# Match a string of 29 <i>a</i>s against a pattern of 29 optional"  seems to be the only block of sample code on the page which would return a value but that doesn't include a "#=>" in the sample block to show what is returned.

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(Also, it might be a little easier for readers to concentrate on the point of the discussion here if that example was as close as possible to the following one, rather having one use use =~ while the other uses .match() ....)


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