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2015-12-18 13:27 GMT+09:00 Joseph Jones <joeyi5216 / gmail.com>:
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> On December 9, 2015 at 09:15:54 MST, sawadatsuyoshi / gmail.com wrote:
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> Issue #11797 has been reported by Tsuyoshi Sawada.
>
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> Feature #11797: `Enumerator#with_object` with multiple objects
> https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/11797
>
> * Author: Tsuyoshi Sawada
> * Status: Open
> * Priority: Normal
> * Assignee:
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> Sometimes, when working with `Enumerator#with_object`, I want to keep some
> additional temporary objects besides the one to return. A use case is as
> follows (I got this from this StackOverflow question:
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3418123). Suppose I have an enumerator
> created from an array:
>
> e = ["a", "b", "c", "c", "a", "c"].to_enum
>
> and want to get an array of its repeated elements in the order they are
> repeated (i.e., appears for the second time):
>
> # => ["c", "a"]
>
> I can do it using `Enumerator#with_object` like this:
>
> e.to_enum.with_object([{}, []]){|c, (h, a)| h[c] ? a.push(c) : h.store(c,
> true)}.last.uniq
>
> Here, I am getting the array referred to as `a` in the block, but besides
> that, I am using a temporal hash `h`. I thought it would be nice if
> `Enumerator#with_object` accepts one or more objects, pass them individually
> as block arguments, and returns only the last argument so that I can do
> this:
>
> e.to_enum.with_object({}, []){|c, h, a| h[c] ? a.push(c) : h.store(c,
> true)}.uniq
>
>
>
>
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