On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 3:13 PM, Fritz Trapper <ajfrenzel / web.de> wrote:
> The charm of LAMBEAU Bernard's approach is, that #{expr} is much more
> powerful, than a simple substitution. It enables to hardwire defaults
> for non-existing, or nil variables.

You can do the same with the method approach I suggested.

> But using a hash as parameter container is also interesting.

Without knowing more details about your application case I personally
find these suggested generic solutions overly complicated. YMMV
though.

Kind regards

robert


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