Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:15863] Experimental "in" operator for collections"
    on 01/05/28, Stefan Matthias Aust <sma / 3plus4.de> writes:

|Just to test how Ruby would feel like, I modified the system to allow 
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|  object in array
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|and
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|  object not in array
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|as new kinds of expressions.  Internally, Ruby uses "include?" (in the
|second case inverted as with "not") to perform the test.  IMHO it
|nicely fits into the language.

I like this idea.  My only concern left is whether "include?" is a
proper method for "in" operator or not.

							matz.