Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:16161] Re: Strange idea... exporting from a scope"
    on 01/06/02, Stephen White <spwhite / chariot.net.au> writes:

|Yes, if you use {}'s, you can't access variables in the outer scope. You
|can only pass parameters in and use the return value, like a proc/method.
|
|If you wanted to access variables in the outer scope, you could use the
|do/end block, which has flat scope.

I think it's too much restriction for {}.   I want their difference to
be precedence only.

							matz.