Azt irtad, hogy

>Very interesting observation, Gergely.  If it is true, like you said, then
>probably Ruby internal implementation in C can further be optimized.  (We 
>deal with this kind of issue all the time in C++, don't we?  I mean,
>isn't that the "+" operator and the "+=" operator invoke two different
>functions in C++?)
Yes they are :(

But if we are at operators:
Has anybody suggested to be able to define operators?
I mean *NEW* operators, so one can define ++, if he wants, define ** for
power...

Gergo

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