On 6/7/07, Revence Kalibwani <revence27 / gmail.com> wrote:
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> #       That is, of course, a silly way to implemet even and odd. So, let me give you the problem
> #       I was trying to solve.
> #
> #       To generate the lettering similar to that above the spreadsheet columns, where the first
> #       column has 'A', the second 'B' ... the twenty-sixth 'Z'. Then, the twenty-seventh has
> #       'AA', the twenty-eight has 'AB', and so on. This is recursive by nature. Here is what
> #       should work:
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I may be missing something, but..

If you just want to do that then try something like this.

arr = []
("a".."ff").each {|x| arr << x}
p arr

Harry


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