Alex Stahl wrote:
> What are you expecting the "x:y" statement to do?  I ask because I'm not
> familiar with that syntax, and ":" doesn't appear alone on any list of
> operators I've seen.  Otherwise I only know it as the second operator of
> the ternary operator ?:
> 
> In any case, what again are you trying to accomplish?  There's probably
> a better way that doesn't have a syntax error.

Sorry I forgot to post this.
http://rubylearning.com/satishtalim/ruby_blocks.html
I was doing that above the summary in the code, above the output.
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