Dave Thomas wrote:
>Remember that method calls take parameters in parentheses. The
>examples probably make more sense it you remove the space after the
>name of the method call ('p' in this case)
>
> p(2.4/0.2).to_i
>    is equivalent to   (p(2.4/.2)).to_i
>   
> p((2.4/0.2).to_i)

Ah. As I've mentioned, I prefer to put parens 
around all method calls, except that I've tended 
to be lax about calls to "p". This has convinced 
me that I should **always** use parens around 
method calls.

Thanks!

Kevin