Hal Fulton <hal9000 / hypermetrics.com> wrote:
> 
> But in that sense, a "singleton class" is not a class at all.
> It is just a "place" where we store information on unique methods
> and attributes and such. A class also has a "place" associated
> with it -- whether you think of it as a place in memory, or in
> the interpreter's code, or in the programmer's brain.

But in Ruby, a class is pretty much a place where method lookup is done,
is it not? Hence the whole class/type debate.

martin