Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:02459] Precedence question"
    on 00/04/11, Dave Thomas <Dave / thomases.com> writes:

|I'm trying to document why

|     6 * inc 7
|
|     -:5: parse error

|Is it correct to say that it's simply a precedence thing, and that
|it's being parsed as
|
|   (6*inc) 7
|
|or is there something more subtle going on?

Because method call without parentheses is considered as statement,
which can not be part of expression unless grouped within parentheses.

							matz.