Jordan Callicoat wrote:
> On Dec 2, 5:03 pm, Wolfgang N?dasi-Donner <ed.oda... / wonado.de> wrote:
>> It's unclear for me what this means. I would expect that the Generator
>> object delivers (yields) values by requirement through
>> "Generator#current" or "Generator#next", but what should be yielded to
>> an already existing Generator object?
> It's for passing items *into* the generator's queue when the generator
> is created with the block form of Generator#new rather than from an
> existing enumerable. Example...

I see - the confusion came from the usual meaning of yield: call a block 
and deliver objects to it. Here it is used from a block into a method.

btw. - at least in "PickAxe" the word "yield" it marked as a reserved 
word.

Wolfgang Nádasi-Donner
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