Gavin Kistner wrote:
> On Sep 28, 10:20 am, SpringFlowers AutumnMoon
> <summercooln... / gmail.com> wrote:
>> in ERb, we need to write
>>
>> "the value is #{i}"
>>
>> and it is a bit more typing.  can we have something like
>>
>> "the value is ##i"  as a shorthand? and use #{ } when it involves more
>> complicated expressions?
> 
> This feature has nothing to do with ERb; it's part of Ruby's string
> interpolation.
> 
> For global and instance variables, you can already do this:
> "the value is #@i"
> 
> If that's not enough, you'll have to make a case for an alternate
> syntax for local variable interpolation.

how about the case that in RoR or server side scripting usage, it can be 
quite simpler, to contend for Ruby as a server side scripting language?

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