Nicolai Reuschling wrote:
>>
>> Where is this documented? I can't find it in any book...and searching
>> google on Ruby object#method doesn't lead to an explanation of this.
> 
> I immediately found it on ruby-doc.org:
> http://www.ruby-doc.org/core/classes/Object.html#M000336
> 
> Regards
> Nicolai

Thanks for taking the time, I suspect I didn't make my question 
clear,there is nothing that I can see on the link Object.html#M000336 
that specifies what object#method means vs object::method but your link 
lead me to search on the site and I found it here 
http://ruby-doc.org/documentation-guidelines.html, somewhat buried but 
certainly clear.

Style Guidelines

Use :: for describing class methods,
     # for describing instance methods,
     . for example code.
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