rtilley wrote:
> When laying out programs in Python, sometimes during preliminary design, 
> functions/methods are named but not defined. Instead, 'pass' is used to 
> indicate that it'll be defined later. It may look like this:
> 
> def some_function():
>   # This function will...
>   pass
> 
> Does Ruby have something similar?
> 
> Thanks,
> Brad

pass is not needed in Ruby. Indentation forces python to have such a 
statement since there would be no way to create empty class/method

empty function:

def fun():
	pass

print fun()

will return None just like an empty method in Ruby returns nil.


lopex