Kyung won Cheon wrote:
> --- test1.rb ---
> 
> def test_begin_while(*l)
>   b = begin a = l.shift end while !l.empty?
> end
> 
> puts test_begin_while(1,2,3)
> 
> ###############
> # Help Me^^
> ###############

It works like this because your line works like

(b = begin a = l.shift end) while !l.empty?

and the 'command while condition' construct returns nil.
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