Hi,

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On Monday 12 October 2009 07:14:57 Ne Scripter wrote:

> individual items, I use map! (output = ID.map!{|str| str.split(/\s+/)
> }.flatten!) to do this giving
>
> 0001
> 000200030004
> 00050006
>

If you are to put the result of map in 'output' the you don't need map!, just 
map. You also don't need flatten!, just flatten.

And, BTW, where does ID come from? What is ID, an array, a string?

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