Hi,

In message "Re: What's so special about operators, built-in classes and modules?"
    on Fri, 29 Jul 2005 13:20:24 +0900, Daniel Brockman <daniel / brockman.se> writes:

|Okay, wait a minute... I think I'm starting to see the real
|problem here.  I'm not very familiar with Ruby's internals,
|but I know arrays and hashes are special fundamental types.
|
|If you do "class Foo < Array", will instances of Foo be
|ordinary objects or will they be T_ARRAYs?

They will be T_ARRAY objects.

							matz.