Hi,

At Wed, 5 Oct 2005 21:48:35 +0900,
TRANS wrote in [ruby-core:06161]:
> As you can see I wanted to subclass NilClass, but this proved
> impossible, b/c there is no way to instantiate the class. Becasue of
> this one can't do

As far as I thik, NilClass is not important in Ruby, but rather
trivial instead.  It's just a singleton class for nil, although
it has a name occasionally.

>   unless o.x.y  #null
> 
> because null is considered true. So that's problematic to George too.
> 
> So I'm wondering if Ruby might want to take this into account for the
> future, either by adding NullClass, or allowing for subclasses of
> NilClass.

Perhaps, what you want would be context sensitive nil object.

> \ o)  елеще┴

BTW, what does this mean?

-- 
Nobu Nakada