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You are using an editor with proper syntax highlighting right?

With vim, my method, module, and class begin/do/end keywords are purple,
while all other block keywords are yellow. Makes it very easy to see if I
missed a method end or a block end.

Jason

On 5/7/07, anansi <kazaam / oleco.net> wrote:
>
> Evan Light wrote:
> > Sorry.  Neglected to provide the literal answer to your question.
> > Because of the incorrect placement of "end"s, your definition of
> > "scanning" actually occurred within another one of your method
> > definitions.  I hadn't tried that before but, unsurprisingly, it has
> > the net effect of making your "method within a method" private.
> >
>
> hi,
> many thanks !! now I could fix it with your help (there was a further
> "end"-mistake in the output routine..) but do you know any tricks or
> meassures to avoid these deep nestings while coding or keep track of the
> begins and ends of ones code?
>
> --
> greets
>
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>
> one must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a
> dancing star
>
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