Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:5098] Re: Crazy idea? infix method calls"
    on 00/09/25, "Hal E. Fulton" <hal9000 / hypermetrics.com> writes:

|But I still think, as a special case, it woudl be a good idea if
|    x in y
|meant the same as
|   y.include? x
|
|It is "pretty" (IMO) in the same way that the for loop is pretty...

It's possible, because 'in' is the reserved word, so that `x in y' is
not valid now.  Let us discuss about name, behavior, and
least-surprise-ness. ;-)


							matz.