Hassan Schroeder wrote in post #961211:
> On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 8:08 AM, Paul Roche <prpaulroche / gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Just one more thing. if I want to attach the 'name' of the User to that.
>> How can I do it?
>>
>> i.e so the print out is "User1: you can borrow more"
>
> Pass the entire User object, e.g. `borrowed.call(user)` and change
> your proc to:
>
> borrowed = lambda do |user|
>  if user.books_borrowed > 1 then p "#{user.name}: you have borrowed too
> many"
>  else puts "#{user.name}: you can borrow more"
>  end
> end
>
> or have it take 2 arguments, user.name and user.books_borrowed,
> exercise left to the reader :-)
>
> HTH,


Thanks for that. I am arranging to take 2 parameters...

users = User.find(:all)
  users.each {|namex, user| nameb.call(namex.name) 
borrowed.call(user.books_borrowed) }

I get the following error....

 books.rb:80: syntax error, unexpected ',', expecting '}'users.each 
{|namex,user| (nameb.call(namex.name)), 
(borrowed.call(user.books_borrowed)) }


ps Thanks Phillip Gawlowski for that detail :)

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