Paul Brannan <pbrannan / atdesk.com> writes:

> On Tue, May 21, 2002 at 10:28:17PM +0900, Yohanes Santoso wrote:
> > That means you have to be careful not to do too much
> > a = "foo" + "bar"
> > instead
> > a = "#{foo}#{bar}"
> 
> This isn't quite the same thing.  One is:
>   a = "foo" + "bar" #=> a == "foobar"
> 
> the other is:
>   a = foo + bar #=> a == ?

I meant foo = "foo" and bar = "bar" and the example should be
a = foo + bar
vs.
a= "#{foo}#{bar}"

> also avoid the intermediate objects, though, if the former is really
> what you meant.

Yes, thanks for pointing it out and sorry for the confusion. It's a
4am email :)

YS.