On Jun 2, 2007, at 10:56 AM, Ivo Dancet wrote:

> My solution has 75 characters, damn, I will have another look at it!
>
> to answer ari's questions:
>
>> case s
>> when s + 1 == y and s - 1 == q
>
> try this:
>
> case
> when s+1==y && s-1==q

Alrighty - looks good so far. When would it be appropriate to use 'and'?

Also, i seem to be unable to put a range into an array. Yes, i  
understand this is very simple, but when I did what I THOUGHT would  
work, I can't get a range of numbers to be inserted into an array.
Apparently this does not work:
array = []
array = array << (1..100)

who knew! Not I,

help?
thanks,
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~Ari
Extra bonus fun question: If gsub! doesn't work for integers, what  
could I use?