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Z:/ruby/vernam.rb:26:in `encrypt': undefined method `map!' for
"abcdefghijklmnop":String (NoMethodE
rror)
        from Z:/ruby/vernam.rb:38
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On Tue, 28 Sep 2004 05:22:54 +0900, James Edward Gray II
<james / grayproductions.net> wrote:
> 
> 
> On Sep 27, 2004, at 3:13 PM, STEPHEN BECKER I V wrote:
> 
> > Do each statements change the thing that they are using?
> > data is a a string.
> > ##code
> >
> >                               ndata=data.clone
> >               a = ndata.size-1
> >               srand(5000)
> >               ndata.each  do |c|
> >                   c=((c-97)+rand(10))%26
> >               end
> > ## code
> >
> > So ndata indexes are not change?  Am i doing this wrong (well i know
> > its not working so it cant be right.)? I have it working with a while
> > loop but i am trying to teach my self the ruby way.
> 
> How about using:
> 
> ndata.map! do |c|
>        ((c-97)+rand(10))%26
> end
> 
> Does that do it?
> 
> James Edward Gray II
> 
>