This is going to sound like an odd question, and there's no "right"
or "wrong" answer, but when you read code, what does the iterator
"sound" like in your head as you read?

Meaning, given:

a = [1, 2, 3]
a.each {|x| p x }  # <- this line

How do you read the "this line" line?  My brain wants to say "with"
or "using" for x, so I tend to translate it as "a each with x, print
x", or "a each using x, print x".  Or do you just say "a each x,
print x"?

Ok, I'm babbling.





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