On 2011-12-10, at 8:18 AM, Marc Heiler wrote:

> It is not elegant because the rest of the line uses . ! ? and ()
> which are used basically everywhere else in Ruby code, whereas
> & is used solely for ... something related to blocks.

Solely may be an exaggeration. & is used in other places, for example =
bit-wise and e.g. 5 & 4 is 4.

Mike

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