Hi --

On Sat, 20 Aug 2005, Austin Ziegler wrote:

> On 8/19/05, Kirk Haines <khaines / enigo.com> wrote:
>> On Friday 19 August 2005 5:33 am, Austin Ziegler wrote:
>>> I've been programming in Ruby for a while now, and I only know the
>>> meanings of $1..$9, $0 (use it all the time -- there's no other
>>> option, as far as I know), $! and $? (only because of shell
>>> programming) and $: (but I usually use $LOAD_PATH). The only one
>>> you'll typically see in my code is $0. And that only for command-line
>>> utility runners.
>> Austin, if you use the object interface for dealing with regular expressions,
>> you need not touch $1, $2, $3, etc...
>
> I know. That's why you won't see $1 .. $9 in my code. ;)

Let's be fair, though.  It's $1 to $n :-)


David

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