On Dec 9, 2005, at 3:51 AM, Christer Nilsson wrote:
> ruby wrote:
>>       assert_equal (false, true && false)
>>       assert_equal (false, true) and false
>
> Pickaxe does not list "," in the operator precedence table.

Because ',' is not an operator.  It is an argument separator.

>> 	assert_equal (false, true) and false

is the same as:

	assert_equal(false,true)    and    false

I think the space between the method name and the opening
paren of the argument list is confusing you.

Gary Wright