--- ts <decoux / moulon.inra.fr> wrote:
> >>>>> "M" == Michael Campbell <michael_s_campbell / yahoo.com>
> writes:
> 
> M> When documenting or discussing ruby code, where did the "#"
> notation
> M> for separating class and method come from?  (I.e.,
> String#length)
> 
>  See the thread
> 
>    [ruby-talk:01694] Conventions for our Ruby book

Interesting.  Someone asserted there that # is popular in the java
community.  Maybe in Japan; I've never seen it before.  <shrug>

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