unknown wrote in post #1083928:
> Am 11.11.2012 10:24, schrieb sto.mar / web.de:
>> Am 11.11.2012 05:21, schrieb Carolyn Grant:
>>> Hi! I'm quite new to Ruby, and am quite confused about instance names.
>
>>> basic_config = MySettings.new # Picks up & processes basic_config.yml
>>> adv_config = MySettings.new   # Picks up & processes adv_config.yml
>
>>    config = MySettings.new('basic_config')
>
> If you have lots of config objects you then could also use an array
> or a hash that contains all of them:
>
> config[:basic] = MySettings.new('basic_config')
> config[:adv]   = MySettings.new('adv_config')

I started with that, and wondered if there was a "better way". :-)
There doesn't seem to be, so I'm rethinking the problem and coming up 
with a different solution. (I have no idea what that might be, at the 
moment... Probably the duplicate-looking syntax I was trying to get away 
from.)

Thanks!

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