This came up in an earlier thread. On occasion I run into situations
where I'd like to pass arguments from one method to another in an
"argument-per-argument" fashion. Take a look at the following:

|  def give
|    return [:a,:b,:c]
|  end
|
|  def give_each
|    return *[:a,:b,:c]
|  end
|
|  def take(*args)
|    p *args
|  end
|
|  take(:a,:b,:c)
|  :a
|  :b
|  :c
|
|  take(give)
|  [:a, :b, :c]
|
|  take(give_each)
|  [:a, :b, :c]

I'm interested in the last exmple being like the first. I.e.

|  take(give_each)
|  :a
|  :b
|  :c

Which I am calling argument-per-argument passing.
What is the feasibility of this?

Thanks,
T.