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You may want to add a .flatten on the end of that, otherwise if you have
multiple lines of input, you will get an array containing an array for each
line.

Mark

On 10/10/05, Greg Brown <greg7224 / gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> Michael Daines wrote:
> > Or:
> >
> > your_input.split.map {|line| line.split('/')[1..-1] }
> >
>
> Yeah, this is probably what you're looking for. A quick explanation of
> whats going on is the input is being split by line, and then 'mapped'
> so that each line becomes an array split by the /'s and the [1..-1]
> gives you everything except for the first empty string on the left side
> of your first /
>
> so this should give you your two dimensional array.
>
>
>


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