I mostly only use "then" when it's a one liner, and in that case, you
can replace it with a colon.

if x.nil? : puts y end

etc.

On 9/10/07, Jeremy Woertink <jeremywoertink / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >   d = 0
> >   if (1..90).include? d then
> >     a = 1
> >     b = 4
> >     d += 1
> >   end
>
>
> Interesting, I didn't know ruby had a "then" keyword. I've only seen it
> when I'm doing VB stuff.
>
>
> ~Jeremy
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> Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
>
>