Hi,

In message "Re: Default argument values for blocks"
    on Wed, 12 Oct 2005 10:39:39 +0900, "Ara.T.Howard" <Ara.T.Howard / noaa.gov> writes:

|> |-> means lambda?
|>
|> Yes, as in Perl6.  "lambda" here means lambda in other languages, not
|> the lambda method in Ruby.
|
|by that you mean it is a 'real' method - not a proc object?

By that I mean, it is a syntax, which gives you a Proc object.

|i like -> btw.  though =>> has a bit more 'weight'.

It depends on your taste.

							matz.