Robert Klemme wrote:
> On 23.03.2008 19:30, Mark Bush wrote:
>> it.  And there can be multiple variables pointing to the object.  So:
>> 
>> a = SomeObject.new
>> b = a
>> 
>> Now "a" and "b" both point to the same object.  How would you choose 
>> between returning :a and :b?
> 
> Plus, what would you do in this case?
> 
> a=[SomeClass.new]
> 
> Basically it makes no sense...
> 
> Cheers
> 
>   robert

Thanks for the response. It seems to me that both of these issue could 
be covered by simply returning an array of the symbol names which point 
to a object or [] if an object has no name associated with it.
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