On Oct 12, 8:56 am, Yossef Mendelssohn <ymen... / pobox.com> wrote:
> On Oct 11, 9:55 pm, Brian Adkins <lojicdot... / gmail.com> wrote:
> I was thinking Range#last, but that has the same problem as Range#end
> (probably one is an alias for the other).
>
> (1..10).last (or end) => 10
> (1..10).max           => 10
>
> (1...10).last (or end) => 10
> (1...10).max           => 9
>
> What you want is something like

Actually, what you want is simply N. It's a nonsensical request from a
troll. Using max, end, last, etc. to find the end of the range is
ridiculous since you must know the end of the range to define the
range!