Matt White wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I am fairly new to Ruby. I have some good Perl experience and I need
> to "translate" a regex in Perl over to Ruby. Here's what I have:
> 
> $_ = 'abc123def456ghi789jkl';
> while(m/(\d{4})/g)
> { print "$1\n"; }
> 
> Which outputs:
> 123
> 456
> 789
> 
> Ruby doesn't seem to have the same modifiers that Perl does (that
> handy little g). How can I get this same output in Ruby? Thanks!

'abc123def456ghi789jkl'.scan(/\d{3}/).each{|m| puts m}

-- 
Alex