Robert, try

myarray.join(", ")

It will take every item in the array and join it using what you put in parentheses. It returns a string, so what you'll really get back is
"test1, test3, test4, test5"

If you look at the Ruby docs for Arrays you'll find some other useful methods you can call on them.
http://www.ruby-doc.org/core-1.9.3/Array.html


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On Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 4:53 PM, robert lengu wrote:

> Hi
> I dont know if i can do this or is there is any way to implement the
> logic or i am just being stupid...
> 
> 
> suppose, if i do this
> 
> p myarray
> 
> it give me
> 
> ["test", "test3", "test4", "test5"]
> 
> but is there any way to make this output like bellow
> 
> test, test3, test4, test5
> I
> ??
> any help will be really good ..
> 
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> 
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