On 5/18/06, Daniel Schierbeck <daniel.schierbeck / gmail.com> wrote:
> Eric Hodel wrote:
> > On May 18, 2006, at 2:24 PM, Daniel Schierbeck wrote:
> >
> >> dblack / wobblini.net wrote:
> >>> I'm not sure I get that distinction -- I mean, I understand that you
> >>> do it that way, but I'm not sure there's any generally closer
> >>> association between do/end and rescuing than there is between {} and
> >>> rescuing.  Also, they're sometimes used in the *same* places, but by
> >>> different people :-)
> >> Maybe it's time we make that distinction. From a syntactical point of
> >> view, they're very different
> > parse.y disagrees with you.
> That's implementation. We ought to be able to abstract away from that,
> right? Isn't Ruby about the programmer, not the computer?

Yes, but as I said -- and I know you haven't seen it as I'm writing it
-- Ruby treats them exactly the same except for precedence. I like it
that way, personally.

-austin
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