Alex Fenton wrote:
> Hi
> 
> I tried the code below- I thought
> 
> [a, b].sort
> 
> was always the same as
> 
> [a, b].sort { | x, y | x <=> y }

[a, b] != ["a", "b"]

a and b are variables that can hold strings or anything. They are not strings 
themselves. If

	a = 'zebra'
	b = 'aardvark'

then [a,b].sort => ["aardvark", "zebra"]

Jim
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