Mathieu Bouchard wrote:

>the reverse "if" in Ruby is more of a mirror image of "and" than it is of 
>the forward "if". It's just like it is in Perl.
>  
>
Only that Perl allows you to assign to $something in

  exit unless ($something = "works");
  print $something;

which will print "works". Which means it behaves as I expected.

Unless you are running in strict mode, which doesn't exist in Ruby. Or 
does it?

-- stefan