I like very much the send option, and it works really well.
I am only thinking in more possiblities.
Thanks a lot. :)



Stefano Crocco wrote:
> Alle giovedì 13 dicembre 2007, Mario Ruiz ha scritto:
>> Maybe a solution can be if I write the classes inside a module and I can
>> declare a method as private for this module, is it possible?
> 
> No. There are private module methods, but they're another thing 
> enterely. A
> private module method (or private class method) is a method which can 
> only be
> called with the module as receiver. For example:
> 
> module M
> 
>   def self.a_method
>     puts "a_method"
>   end
>   private_class_method :a_method
> 
> end
> 
> M.a_method
> => NoMethodError: private method `a_method' called for M:Module.
> 
> Why don't you like to use send as I suggested?
> 
> Stefano

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