On Mon, 9 Jul 2001, ts wrote:

> H>    alias uu tt
> 
>  For example, if you write
> 
>    alias_method uu, tt

How was "alias" defined to avoid execute "uu" and "tt" before passing
the parameter? For that matter, why doesn't alias need any commas between
parameters?

Or is it something built into the language and exempt from normal syntax?

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