Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:12369] Re: FEATURE REQUEST: 'my' local variables"
    on 01/03/10, Kevin Smith <sent / qualitycode.com> writes:

|>  loop {<a, b, c|d, e, f>
|>    ...
|>  }
|
|Hmmmm. At a glance, that looks pretty confusing. 
|I'm so used to | x | that it's jarring having < a 
|| b > instead. Slight changes to the symbols used 
|might make it better. 

So, which symbols are better for them?

							matz.