Hi --

On Thu, 7 Jun 2007, Joel VanderWerf wrote:

> jbc wrote:
>> (I posted this before on the google-group rather than the usenet
>> group, but it seems not to have shown up. I don't know why. If this is
>> a duplicate for anyone, my apologies)
>> 
>> def initialize(foo,bar,bat)
>>   @foo,@bar,@bat = foo,bar,bat
>> end
>> 
>> Seems clumsy and not at all DRY.
>> 
>> What would seem the obvious approach to me would be this:
>> 
>> def initialize(@foo,@bar,@bat)
>> end
>> 
>> Is there a reason it's not done that way?
>> 
>
> This has been discussed on ruby-talk, but it might have been a few years ago.

It's also a rejected RCR:
http://oldrcrs.rubypal.com/rejected.html#rcr3


David

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