Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:11066] Re: RubyChangeRequest #U002"
    on 01/02/19, Paul Pladijs <ppladijs / cage.rug.ac.be> writes:

|The explanation of Hash#indexes at
|http://www.rubycentral.com/ref/ref_c_hash.html#indexes
|says:
|
|  Returns a new array consisting of values for the given key(s).
|  Will insert the default value for keys that are not found.
|
|So Hash#values_for is probably the best descriptive name.

So candidates are:

  (a) Hash#values, Array#values
  (b) Hash#values_for, Array#values_for
  (c) Hash#values_for, Array#values_at
  (d) Hash#at, Array#at
  (e) Hash#values, Array#elements
  (f) Hash#subset, Array#subset
  (g) Hash#selections, Array#selections
  (h) Hash#collect_indexes, Array#collect_indexes

Did I miss any propsal from you guys?

							matz.