Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:02024] Re: Ruby Syntax similar to other languages?"
    on 00/03/19, ts <decoux / moulon.inra.fr> writes:

|> If 'g' was an attribute of Regexp, then what would
|> 
|>     line =~ /asdf/g
|> 
|> mean?
|
| while line =~ /asdf/g
|    print "#$&\n"
| end
|
|it's more perl than ruby, sorry

Adding 'g' as a Rexexp option makes me feel like Perl.  We have
String#scan for this particular purpose.

  line.scan(/asdf/) do
    print "#$&\n"
  end