Brian Schröäer wrote:

> Oliver Cromm <lispamateur / internet.uqam.ca> wrote:
> 
>> ruby -e'require "Matrix";a=[1];(1..10).each{|n| print " "*(10-n)*3,a.map{|i|\ 
>> i.to_s.center(6)}.join,$/;a.push(0);a=(Vector[*a]+Vector[*a.reverse]).to_a}' 
> 
> You've got a type in there. It should be require "matrix" not
> require "Matrix". (Or maybe it works on a windows system, because
> its case insensitive?) 

Yes, it works on Windows, but I changed it for future use. Thanks.
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ruby -e'require "matrix";a=[1];(1..10).each{|n| print " "*(10-n)*3,a.map{|i|\
i.to_s.center(6)}.join,$/;a.push(0);a=(Vector[*a]+Vector[*a.reverse]).to_a}'