Hi,

In message "Where Is Method Call Precedence?"
    on 02/09/27, William Djaja Tjokroaminata <billtj / y.glue.umd.edu> writes:

|When I look at "Table 18.4: Ruby Operators" in the Pickaxe book, I cannot
|find the parentheses and the "dot" that are used for method call, and the
|parentheses for grouping themselves.  Well, Table 18.4 really says
|"operators", but I am really wondering in the complete Ruby precedence,
|where are the places for:
|
|    - parentheses for method call
|    - the dot for method call
|    - parentheses for grouping

Usually these are not handled by precedence order.  They are just
different rules in the syntax (parhaps except for dot).  The dot is
the strongest "operator".

							matz.