Hi,

In your example you can simply use the "*" when calling the function,
which will expand the array into its components:

    sum(*args)

Regards,

Bill
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Travis Whitton <whitton / atlantic.net> wrote:
> Hello, I'm curious if there's a way to expand an array into an argument
> list given to a method in one easy step. The following contrived example
> shows what I'm looking to do:

> def sum(a, b)
>   a+b
> end

> args = [1,2]
> sum(args) # need a way to expand args to be arguments a and b.

> I fully understand that an array is a single object and that's why
> the above code would fail(missing second argument), but I'm wondering
> if there's a simple way to achieve what I'm looking for.

> Thanks,
> Travis Whitton <whitton / atlantic.net>
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