On 2002.05.13, David Alan Black <dblack / candle.superlink.net> wrote:
> > True, but in the Ruby idiom, cgi["name"] ought to return a
> > single value.  If you want to iterate over all the values,
> > you ought to do a cgi["name"].to_a.each to coerce the values
> > into an array to iterate over.
> 
> Do you mean the CGI idiom?  In Ruby, a hash value can be (and often
> is) anything, including an array (which really is a single value, or
> rather a single object).

Sorry, it's 7:50 AM and I'm still in the "playing with my two
year old daughter" mental mode -- you're right, I meant the CGI
idiom.

-- Dossy

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