Hi,

On Tuesday 14 December 2004 07:05 pm, Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:
| In message "Re: Array#at(selector,...)"
|
|     on Wed, 15 Dec 2004 00:17:25 +0900, "trans.  (T. Onoma)" 
<transami / runbox.com> writes:
| |Is there good reason to have two different methods for this?
| |
| |  array.at(index)
| |  array.values_at(selector,... )
|
| Return value, the latter returns an array of specified values.
|
| |And then
| |
| |  array.delete_at(index)
| |
| |Can't this take selector instead?
|
| The change would cause incompatibility in return values.

Ah I see, same difficulty. Thank you. 

So then, I am under the impression that the two method approach is best --a 
#delete_values_at for instance.

T.