>>>>> "S" == Stefan Scholl <Stefan.Scholl / home.of.the.brave.de> writes:

S> That's really strange. The class references in the book
S> "Programming Ruby" tells you "Writes the given objects to ios as
S> with IO#print." for IO#puts.

 This is documented in "Programming Ruby", this is the phrase (p. 337)

  "If called with an array argument, writes each element on a new line"


Guy Decoux