Francis Burton pisze:
> Giles Bowkett wrote:
>> The whole point of Ruby is that if you don't want things to happen the
>> way they happen, you can rewrite large portions of the language -
>> including this piece - with very little effort. So not only is it
>> pointless to tell people what the language should do, but also, if you
>> really want the language to do that, you can **make** it do that with
>> hardly any effort at all.
> 
> Is there a construct like this in Ruby?
> 
> if x in (1..5)
> 
> This seems a lot more intuitive and easier to read than "(1..5) === x",
> so is it possible to modify the language to make it do that?
> 
> Francis
> (Ruby nuby)

Use (1..5).include? x. Ruby tends to use methods instead of abusing 
keywords.

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