On 2002.05.12, David Alan Black <dblack / candle.superlink.net> wrote:
> It's like saying:  'val1'.to_a == ['val1', 'val2']
> which I don't think makes sense.  (I know you're talking about a
> particular case, not generally saying that strings should do that,
> but this is what I think it boils down to.)

I'm saying that 'val1' == 'val1' and that 'val1'.to_a == ['val1']
and ['val1', 'val2'].to_a == ['val1', 'val2'].  The only "strange"
behavior I'm suggesting is:

  ['val1', 'val2'].to_s == 'val1'

Well, not #to_s, but #[] of the cgi class, in this case.

-- Dossy

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