"24,4 + 55,2".scan /[\d,]+/

Kent

On 2/4/06, Jeppe Jakobsen <jeppe88 / gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all, how do you scan a string and avoid getting my decimal numbers
> divided into 2 numbers.
>
> Example:
>
> a = "24,4 + 55,2"
> a.scan! (/\d+/)
> puts a
>
> my output for a will be:
> 24
> 4
> 55
> 2
>
> But I want to keep my decimal numbers intact like this:
> 24,4
> 55,2
>
>
> How do I solve this problem without putting the numbers into seperate
> strings?
>
>