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Hi --

On Thu, 31 Mar 2005, [ISO-8859-1] Florian Growrote:

> David A. Black wrote:
>
>> Ruby variables are untyped, so there's no ground for comparison.  At
>> *no* point does one see what type a Ruby variable is.
>
> There's some weird guys who like to use different constant styles based on 
> what they contain:
>
> MyClass
> MY_NUMBER

I'm not talking about names, though.  In

   my_string = ""

the identifier my_string, itself, is still untyped.


David

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