ThoML wrote:
> I think what was meant is this:
> 
> def foo(a, args)
>  p a, args[:b], args[:c] || 'nope', args[:d] || 'yepp'
> end
> foo 1, :d => 4, :c => 3
> 
> In ruby 1.9, due to the new hash syntax, this can be also written as:
> foo 1, d: 4, c: 3
> 
> Which almost looks like names arguments.

Possibly. Kind of hard to tell from interview transcript notes :)
My hope is that it'll be more than just ending hash based, but will 
support naming the variable names themselves.

def foo(a, b)
end

foo 3, b: 4

Thanks!
-R
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